The Panama American

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Title:
The Panama American
Portion of title:
Weekend American
Physical Description:
Newspaper
Language:
English
Donor:
Scott Family Library Fund ( donor )
Publisher:
Panama Times, Ltd.
Place of Publication:
Panama City, Panama
Publication Date:
Frequency:
daily (except saturday and sunday)[may 12, 1973-]
daily[ former oct. 7, 1925-dec. 4, 1966]
daily (except saturday)[ former dec. 10, 1966-may 5, 1973]
daily
normalized irregular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Panama (Panama)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
Panama -- Panama

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Oct. 7, 1925-
General Note:
On Saturday published as: Weekend American, Dec. 10, 1966-May 5, 1973.

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University of Florida
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item.
Resource Identifier:
oclc - 18709335
lccn - sn 88088495
ocm18709335
Classification:
lcc - Newspaper
System ID:
AA00010883:02900

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bad,,ir long 110-
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rhairrsin Julio tatatte,,,t
:, Arial said that '114 '.;..iriporttd-to
Latarte tht latest developmenti In
:Panama and tb,at they, eonseIted'On
the ,orteedure 1 that wOuld most
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ican American Discoverer 11 satelite) hag
', plunged back into,the earth's at atmosphere
mosphere atmosphere and. presumably burned
utr iron! 'friction, after two weeks
in orbit, the Defense Department
said early today. ,-, .,,, i'4 )),,,
'' 1:. A spokesman for7 sti4 depart depart').
'). depart'). ment's Advanced,' Research Pro Pro,
, Pro, jects Agency said ,he was whirled
I by, the Cambridge,' Mass,, Ober Obert
t Obert ) Itr3'' that the-1,600-pound setel)
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WASHINGTON,!, April. n (UPO
came out ,todaY tn fUll
suPport of aetionby the Organi
sation 'of Americac States -,(4)AS)
to halt an-", attack. on,:rana ma by
a group of, invaders', mostly Cu?
ban ',eitisenc,,,,
'JIG, Rad Cuban represen
tative to the'OAS council.; told th,e
Cuited, Prest International that his
goverrnment 'determined ,,.,gto do
everythinc in,,Its power to : assist
the government of Panama!' in its
effort to,, halt,, the ,,lnvasion,..
' 1ga king 4irst,appeartincs' at
the'"VAS ..since transmit appealed
for help ',against tha,..armed expe
dition; Roc,Saikhe 'would endorse'
,whiteVer, Measure, thi'conneil con7
titter. 'effective An ,restore peacc,
TheCOUlletts:Viall expected ,u).:send.
an tovestlgating ommittee to,
nem tlater't
'',1tott? explained ,lhat ,absence
from yesterday's, meeting, was due
to,the- fact'that he bad remained
in 'lie Yorit,,,loi meet :witiv several
Cuban officials the wake of,,thet

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Primo. Minister Jawaharlal 4Nehru
told : parliament, today the 'Dalai
tune,' entered India of, his own
free, will and was entirely respon
siblo, for .t hii statement charging
Communist China With treachery
toward., Tibet. ;-,. , ;-'; -,
; Nehru, reporting oh his visit
with the Dalai., Lama at tbe. god
king'si,indian ;retreat- at Massoor,,
leo, said India ',has expressed deep
regret (over speeches ettacking
the Indian government at the
Communist Pe opl ,: Congress
now undersity' in Peiping. He said
the.. eharge 'against lead,
era leveled by. the Chinese: were
unbecoming 'Orgirelv
void otsubstasee.",,'
Diplomatic. o u't i said 'the
'Chinese. Commimists had rel,ctedi
India's -note,:".- nst.
(In.' Tokyo,' the CntuMunist New
China news agency vintinued
hammer away: at Its claim that
the4 DataL Lame was abducted
from Tibet and was being he In
Inditi sgainst vitt
Nein" laid he regretted
that ;-, the ;'Cominunista bad used
strong language in ...attacking
em' eteittlY glistressn'd at the'
irretponsible way, in which 0-the'
leaders China". ere blaming
India; 4!We.- gained ,noth,
ing except 'the :burden of keeping
him. hereIt is oped, to the Dalai
LIMO; tO back 'to Lhasa or
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In Minnesota '!.-
,, NEVI zoltic,, April 28 (1.114)-,-
Theqsun Sets an N hour later,' in
most -1,a st er n' and nildwestern
states east of the: Mississippi
River since the weekend of the an anmust':
must': anmust': twitch to 4, ,daylight saving
time. ,
' The,, eastern state& plus Cali Cali,
, Cali, Nevada in the tlrar
West,,,set allele:clocks aheei One
h011e at 2 local time, Sun Sunay.
ay. Sunay. The "- "fast" time will con conUntie
Untie conUntie into', September or October.
2,blost of 'the ,South and West re remained
mained remained on' standard time.' r
The eOnftnnOn oyet the time
change was compounded Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota where ,leveral metropoli metropolitan
tan metropolitan centers 'went On "fast time"
despite a restraining order by the
We Supreme Court
communities' saki the),
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'1' 't" WASH,INOTONli April '28 (UP1)4;Ths:Organization of ills kr' eticerf -States iOAS)'
intp,e9ted' tijind!:an invostigitinglectrimittee Panama today. to eit as guardian a,
gainst4,forsign ,invitdets :
t-,, It' would be ,theltenth time that 'tho.IntetAmerlan, -organitation', has undertaken. to
reetOte :pea'90 inLatin America kr &warden ot.with the ,reciprocal: defense treaty signed
flio.di Japlto'in-1947. : ,, ,i
,,,e;-,,,Panatilitlivioks;l7the 'treaty yesterday' W1411, :it appeittleihtoi ti) OAS lot help 'against
'a4rot:Ip!Of:oma arrned-frividera:,' inieitt'airOf their' Cuban citizens. Two other
ships tarrying an istimated'300:lnen Were .reported on,theit way ,to reinforce' thi'reb thi'rebel
el thi'rebel liwidgehia4: on:Panama's Catibbiart ootist

visit 61 Prim" Minister -Fidel Citafro.-
Cubit's' alternate. delegate 'to
the OAS ',council, ',Levi Marrero,
vvas with him, ''' As '- result the
Cuban chair', was- empty during
yesterdars one hour aeosion, Roe
,said. 2 1 - 'z', : :
' The Cu4an- delegat '' alio saM
he had not, been advised of yes yesterday'r
terday'r yesterday'r meeting istit,that be hurri
'xi bads to Washington atter learn learning
ing learning that the touncil at meeting
again today to- act ,V11' the' Psna--
trianian,requebt'for itia tinder the
provisions of .,:the ,, reciprocal Alto,
tense, treaty-, signel', in: Jtio
194T,
Beforg the, -cluncit'begaii 41 W Wend
end Wend emergeheyttession700; Pana Panama
ma Panama Pwithin hours,"4 Bo Med
' tan' m anian, Ambassador-al-oar'do,14.-1.
and thr cduntillt het heting
ing heting ehairm an ,;,Amba'ssador qttlio
Latirrte of 'Uruguay iti the lat.
tees 'private 'office 'at the Pan
American They remained
there' tor' nearly' an hour 'discus 'discussing
sing 'discussing the prc4cedure to' be followed
at the meeting -"-'"
Meanwhile; Marrero' told United
Press International that Cuban
willingness to help"--Patiama had
been emphasized. -by jCuban Fo Foreign
reign Foreign Minister Itoberto Agramon Agramonte
te Agramonte it, telephone- conservation
with the Ptinamanian government
last night:' This statement, he said
had, been aeompanied by trree
concrete ateps designed to ,1
courage any Cuban soldiers at,
tached ,to the- insurgent expedition
from continuing ,vvith the adven adventure:
ture: adventure: 4,-
Cuban Prime, Minister Fidel
Castro?' public,' announcement'yes
terday- that any -Cuban-, soldiers
participating An 'the Panamanian
revolution would be declared traf traftors;
tors; traftors; ,
CUbtin military mission's
arrival -hi, Panama,.
,03.-,'Effortf, of, Dr. Ricardo Riano
Cuban, eharge d'affaires
in, Panama, to have a' plane fly
tier the rebel stronghold' and drop
leaflets with, Castro's prociama

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' NEW, YORE ,(1.1Pri -. Former
President Harry,'$.. Truman. who
has, tin, degrees' except those I
didn't .,earn.' ;begins,' Three-day
series of lectures to college ,stu ,students
dents ,students toda on sl subject he knows
better then ,,mokt t professorothe
11.1;.S. government. -, ,, ...
, Truman promised ,Se'd.- talk
plain ,language. Mkt, tutual,,to.C(P
lumbia thdyersity; students.' '..:
Al
'. 4'1'm no colle e pmfeesor," he,
said' on his arr val here yester-1
dav with Mrs, rum& t .',...
"I'Irt,, going to, deliver leciores
to 'these, kids es' I've been doing
ever since I left the White Hourb.
I'll try to,'explaitt what,. we have
and bow,to keep it." .' '..,
,'Truman. delivering the ,I inau inauoral
oral inauoral William Radner Lectures on
public law and government, will,
lector, on The Presidency," fol followed
lowed followed bY,''',The Constituion"' snd
"Hysteria and Wkth Hunting.1: ..
The lectureship 'was established
lby the Radner 'Family Foundation
of Chevy Chase,, Md.. e
,- William Radner, a graduate 'of
Columbia 'and 'of the -university's
taw School, was t a,, government
lawyer who died .1in 1951 at:'-the
age of 43. ',,-4 4 '' ''' 4,'''''44,'
- Each' of the former president's
lectures wilt begin at 10 cm; and
last 30 minutes,. They are,to be
followed, by question tend answer
periods...4,, 1, ,. ,,,,,'' '' '....,
The questiems ',will lbe' put' to
Truman by a ,panel,lof six stu students
dents students ,, selected, because 'of their
high academie 1,standings. There
will be a different nand of. six
etudents at each lecture '.'
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Newsweek', ,presents,,: fidel:eastroll
contrasting. :views on alternate Pitg-r
e its,latest-isue: tinder ,the two
heidingc- d4.,What ,Castre ,Tei la :The
Cubitite::,and, .1,hat,,, Centro :Told
'Americins.!'
-In 'Chita,' says' Newsweek "Fidel
Catro neutralistv He ,Also Is I
consistently nti-Ameriesn,
tho ,Very least..rtolerant of commw
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ln the U.S4blewsiveekityl;
..'enti-neutralist:, He, is lady,
a gainit Hole warmly
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Both pages,' Obit Abe :tame plc plctut
tut plctut 'of Castro: 'wearing".ir baseball
glotie' in the act 0 of' 'delivering
pitch -and both hive the'same ait
tio--'!a curved
tastre left Montreal by' plane
Yesterday ciniy aft.
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Thirty-Year. service,:, awards
were presented personally. to
115 employes of. 'the. V.,anal or organization
ganization organization yesterday by.00v
E. Pater dtalitg tWO special
ceremonieeheld Balboa.
The presentations were made
in the first of. a series of simi similar
lar similar ceremonies which are ached
uled for every.,dayi of this 'week',
oft both aides of the IstbmitS,
during which;1381 local employes
CIL get 30-year pins; And cer certificates,
tificates, certificates, ,' Potter started the busy 'week
by Awarding pirth and certifi certificates
cates certificates -attesting to those with 30
to 40' years of terVice..with. the
Canal to 11' employea tn. the of office
fice office of the Comptroller And one
employe in'Ahe Personnel Bu Bureau.
reau. Bureau. The ,, ceremony took place
in the governor's office' at Bal Balboa
boa Balboa Heights. L,
Yesterday afternoon, Potter
appeared at the, Anon', Garage
and gave' ,out 30-year service
pins and certificates to In em employes,
ployes, employes, ot the '' Transportation
and Terniinals' Bureau from
both Wee Of' the.'
At the same time, he present presented.
ed. presented. the annual Governor-President
eafety trophn ,which was
w0n this, year by Trans
portation,, and BO BOreal',
real', BOreal', The, trophy :was', present presented
ed presented to B.. I; Everson, Transporta Transportation
tion Transportation and 'Terminals: Director,
who received it 'On behalf of
the employes.
, Today Potter went t.the
lantic side to, 'present service
Otrill and certificates to- 22
ployes of the, Administrative;
Branch in a ceremony at Mount
Hope' Printing Vont And to. 93
employes. of the Marine, Bureau
on the Atlantic side in a cere ceremony
mony ceremony tho Industrial

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ADIOS, NEW.; TORN rIt.:,,Cuban..11rhne; Minister, Fidel Castro
, Naves Ws crowd ga taket leavenr $eve,Yorl;,
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Potthorities,A,in ASIew-yoris
' trio men were, en, thair,,,, way
here-to assassinate
His Cuban Airline plane landed,
in, Houstoni where het :spent
a, few llours ,befort anotinuing A to
Buenos Aires for en economic con conference.'
ference.' conference.' ,
,
Cistre was whisked aboard the
plane few minutes afteritoyal.
Canadian Mounted and Quebec
Provincial'Police wer, informed
that-two known-suspects were ert
here from Nest Yorici'lls
''parentilv bent, on an assissina.
4ion attempt.- ,
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1Police itald',the Message came
from FBI headquarters in New
York and was relayed to thett by
ralio Castro't 27-car convoy
headed for downtown Montreal to
Dorval Airport' 1
When' the message was received
the convoy', made a brief halt to
allow one of ,Castrots personal se security,
curity, security, 'guards, who knew the Sup,
pectsi'. to transfer' to the Petrie
Minister's auto.
Boyal Canadian Mounted Police
inpector D. E. McLaren said the
report ,was one 'of Many that had
come to law enforcement agencies
here during Castro's 'brief stay. ,,
"This la, routine he taid "and
,
I don't want to go into detaila a about
bout about it. We're verrdiscreet about
these matters!!
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, Detectives scanned the approach approaches
es approaches to Castre's plane during the
minutes it took him to reachlhe
aircraft from his car.
'Castro, however, re-appeared
briellylo: wave to photographers
with a wide grin and cigar tn his

whenever he got the chance and at
One point downtown uked Mon Montreal
treal Montreal Mayor Sark, Fournier.to call

',"tto could have 'boon hills
throe dozen timas' tho way be
, nored us," one high 'polite OW:,
r car said of the 32-Yoarlold,';
tiqua-unIformed Cuban loadsr.
Castro- annarently ,wasi es tm tmpressed
pressed tmpressed :by Montreal is Montteal
ere nth shouted loriva Castro". and
','Hurratoliridel",'seemed 4o be im impressed
pressed impressed by him'. "That's a Latin
atmosphere heris Oki missed In
the, Unite,d,,Statei:1' he told zew
Re0i,James''G Polk
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Dies lodoy ,,, At 62,-1,1
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Rep.' James G: (1),Ohlo)
died today' V Reed
Army MospitaL' Ho.,was 1

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. Very. few, Persons .wer0 at ,the 'said oxchangas of, firs had o
airport to see the Cuban rebel he currod between National :,13ual
,re depart.',He -wag greeted by large marino, patrols,' operating fro'
crowds On hii'arrival Sunday, hvo coastal laungbeg. and rob
- The ,Cuban leader was assigned beach patrols. Unverified roper
guards, by' the Royal Canadian ..,..--
Mounted Police, a force which he ,.. s. ,I.
gaid, he hopes to copy- in Cuba; tA 1
QUehee-provincial .'police:,' Mon- 11 a' limas Retires.
treal city police: and at the airport ..,,,,,,., ,!. , ,: f,, ,, ',.,,,,.,.
IS miles from Montreal, patrolmen From Amlyl, Plans
from suburban Dorval.- But ',' he I
moved itivay from : his', luards i,,v,, -,.,,- ., , .,-! ,

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Two bearded ,and long-lialied members of,Cubdif Fidil
Castro's rebel cirmy are attempting -to stop the urfent,111-;
VaSiOn of Panama City, by:ati 80-man group ofCubans'..::-::'
The invaders yesterda:Sacked and occupies:I ilietfilitOric
town of N.Ombre de Dios ail Panania's
mOrning, Cuba' n rebel CaptArmando (El Fronces),:Toites
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and LA Fernando' Ruit:boardict a launch' at'' Colonand- '''''
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headed for Nombre de Dios. '. - :,,' -.
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. Thay are carrying' a Cuban flag and a radio receiVer-transmitterLwith .4111k- ',..
they hope to contact the men in Nombre de Dios, if they Cif! get' near tnoUgh la the '','',.
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coast under a white-flag truce.'
Government officials were hopefut that Torres and Ruti WO be (Ate. ta,periaads t!,,
the band of Cuban invaders-to surrender Under a guaranteCthat their' rivei,syill be f''P:.
spared.
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Four launches with members of the Natrona! Guard aboard,svert :standing:1;1y 4 ',.,4
Maria Chiquito at. noon today. If the Clbon, invaders surrender, they. will', be, taken : :,.
there by water. Once landed,, they will be brought to Panam City over 'thalrans-
Isthmian Hiihway.
' Some sources are of the opinion thatif they surreader,' the PC11101114 government
may allow them to; return to Cuba Where th0 will be tried by Castrol(rebil gOvein-
ment.

Torres and Utz arrived at Ton Tonmen
men Tonmen irom Cuba early today. They
were sent by the Cuban, govern government
ment government act- is mediators. ,They
motored to the At lantle-side today.
Jhiti itnornitte there 4,,had
SAM ad turthee,tiashetto between
tholgational Guintatut theinvatf theinvatf"
" theinvatf" tra. Ott tf"Cubaost is
belleved,to be it Nombre de, Dios,
while tbe remainder is cimpect at
Pstienotte.
, The National Guard detechmente,
are 'believed', to be keenine at a
aefe distance in the hope that To Torres
rres Torres and Ruiz will be successful.'
No further landing or involdoli
ships froM Cubs have been sighted
or ,repotted, official sources said
today. s
Yesterday 'ix husloafia of 11144
ly armor', National anarrtqmpn
were dianatobed tp tha Atlantic
itast, Presumably to reinforce ex existing
isting existing garrisons.
In renort to the National As Assembly
sembly Assembly last nidht Miniater of rev revernment
ernment revernment and Justice Jose rt. 13a 13amin
min 13amin declared he bad, word that at
least two more invasion shins, and
nossiblv NH. are heing
"bringing to 400-odd the 'nombPr
of Cuban. attempting to invade
Panama."
Bazan 'also announced,todav that
Olointity of arms made available
by the United States was already
on its way to National rluard de detaohments
taohments detaohments on the Atlantic side.
The VS. State Department said
that an unsneeified amount of Prins
and ammunition has been made e evollable
vollable evollable to Panama under nrnvi nrnviSIMS
SIMS nrnviSIMS of the Sytual Security Trea Treaty,
ty, Treaty, of 1904 :
0!Alfordlog to gnvernment spokes spokesMOO.
MOO. spokesMOO. HMI of the capture and
sacking, of Nombre de Dirge was
brought bv a resident who slipped
out shortly after, the rebel band
reached the town. Nombre de
Dios, founded by a post-Columbus
expedition in 1510, Is believed to be
the, oldest Spanish settlement in
Latin America. --,
' Reports from the battle area
re meager, but official sources
said exchanges of fire had, oc occursed
cursed occursed between National ,Guard
marine patrols,' operating frem
two coastal launches. and rebel'
beach patrols. Unverified reports
Col Vivas !tellies

Home In Puerto Rici
loseph B. Vivss, chief of
the Medical Service at Gorges Moo Moopital,
pital, Moopital, is retiring from active ser service
vice service with'.the U.S. Army and win
leave the Isthmus next Sunday for
Puerto Rico, it has been announc announced'
ed' announced' at Balboa Heights.
Vivas has been chief of the Cot Cotgas
gas Cotgas Hospital Medical Service $inte
1957 when he came to the Canal
Zone from' Madigan Army Hospi Hospital
tal Hospital at Tacoma, Wash.
He, was born in Puerto Ric; and
took his pre-medical ,qralning at
the University of West Virginia.
He received his degree in medi medicine
cine medicine in 1934 from the Medical
Collegeof ;Virginia and has 'been
with the Army lin.41 1938.
4, During World War I, Vivas
served in the Asian and Pacific
neater and -from 1949 to 133I,
WAS stationed in Peru.
He is a diplomat. of tht Ame Americas
ricas Americas Board ot Internal Medicine.

said "severer'', et, Ills Invaders
fell in the task,
, Earlier a Heat: plane droPPid
leaflets vet' ,the invasion, area
addressed to the- "Cubans' of -the
May a rr s 'f the 4 55-foot invasion
grefai,Ibir miallfgeveifPealid txt txtthejlitederft
thejlitederft txtthejlitederft to remain et tiornbro
de ',Bioa.-,13o-matellie --necessary
arrangetnentrfor, "contact." The
Cubans were' also requested tO re report,
port, report, by phone -"where and hew
the meeting will be beld.'!'
'The tnesiage Yias 11444 by RI RIeardo
eardo RIeardo Riano'Iauma, Cuban charg6
d'Affaires in Panama, who had of offered
fered offered his service to the govern government
ment government as mediator.
According to the official-veraion,
invasion forces comprising more
than 80 beavily-armed men landed
early Saturday on Playa Colora Colorado
do Colorado a lonely Safi 131as mainland
beach almost, entirely surrounded
by heavy jungle growth.
Three prisoners taken Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, and believed to have been
part of a reconnaissonce patrol
told National guard officers the
group's commander,' Panama Panamanian
nian Panamanian Carlos Morales Brid, was
drowned with two others when
heavy surf triset,the first small
landing craft. The 'tprisoners,
two of whom are Cuban, said
about 80 of the, invaders are
from Fidel Castro's island le

' MOraleS, WhO WU implicated
in last, May's student insurrec insurrection
tion insurrection at Pananin City, is the son
of Panatoe's Chief ',Justice.
The occupied town of 'Nom,
bre de plea approximately
60 milei north of :Panama's
capital and' less thanI0 miles
from the Atlantic 4erminion f
the Panama Canal.
Canal Zone military. author authorities
ities authorities have denied any addition additional
al additional Security precautions have
been -taken tO-safeguardi the
famous waterway.
After president 'de la Guar Guardia
dia Guardia first ,announced he bad
word of the coming invasion,
Caribbean Command headquar headquarters
ters headquarters at Quarry Heights said they
had taken steps. to increase mi-.
litaty security for tha Zone;

lei! Missile flung
from Canaveral
Aldi Deline 'Range
CAPE CANAVERAL,' Fla., A
pril 28 4UP1) A test 'version of
th t
a ballistic m e. a will add
l,000 miles to the reach of long longrange'
range' longrange' bombero streaked oter the
Atlantic tracking ,range yesterdaY
' Results of thel test, the third
conducted by the 'McDonnell Air Aircraft
craft Aircraft Co., vine not announced.
The slim 111181104) about 30 feet
10811 was, launched from. the
ground at 1:48 p.m. and the solid solidfuel
fuel solidfuel engine; of both its stagee 8P 8Ppeered
peered 8Ppeered ,to ignite. ,
But toward, the' end et the via.
Ible portion, of flight,..the rocket
seemed to corkscrew and climb
almost straight
When the missile is Verfected. it
will enable strategic air command
bomistre,such as the 4.52 to at attack
tack attack targets without 'venturiall
near air delenaell

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WASHINGTON, April
--,Senator George Smathere,- y
Fla.) porposed today that Abe
United States 'furnish ships and
planes to help defend PATLIMI
from itIVS8106, if reqqested to dd so ''
by the organization of Americas f,
States. I , ,
Smathers, who in the past' hat
proposed creation of an Orgehiza-',
tion of American States (OAP' po police
lice police force to maintain peace in the
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hemisphere, said ,be believed the tj
United States, should act quicklY',
to fill any such requests made by,,k.
the OAS Foreign Ministers who
are expected to hold an emergency ,,,,,,'
meeting on the Panama sitliatiOn
later today.
He held a press conference to-
day to say that he had talked by
telephone this morning with Pan- ,A'r
smanian President Ernesto de la
Guardia who had Appealed for help rsi
in what he described as "an enor enorMMISIY
MMISIY enorMMISIY serious" aituation. ,t
Smothers said de le,Guardie
told him that he had information
there ere two more beadmils of
insorgents new en route tit Pane.
ma.
Smathers said that' two U.S.' de-
stroyers, manned by the United
'States Navy,, btit under Itolitical ",
control of the OAS, probably would r.1'
'be able to prevent the landing of
these troops without firing a shot.
Smathere said be had tented to tt
L,State Department officials this, I '',
MOItillt, and was told merely that ;
the Department is keeping a doe 0,
eye on the situation. Assistant ,'
Secretary of State for Inter-Amer-
lean Affairs ROY R. Rubottom is
in Buenos Aires. )
Smothers saM he believed it le
"high time the State Department
stopped Its soft shoe polity ht
dealine with these adventures."
"President de la Guardia told me
it is his information that the fight.
ers are heavily doridnated by )
communists," Smathers aid& ,1
"The fact that they are attack attackPIUMMII
PIUMMII attackPIUMMII certainly lends ere eredence
dence eredence to this information, because
if they were simply trying to ever.,
throw dictators they would be at attacking
tacking attacking some other country. Patta
ma is one of the most democrat's
nations in Latin Americe." ,4
Smathore said the United States
already has sent arms and amMu-'
nition to Panama, but he reported :
that de la Guardia Nold him
hi not enough to enable hitete ,
stand off the threat represented by
two additional boatloads of ,troons
' "We have an enormeusly
stake In Pimento with the Canal
and many ether miler, U.S. ht.
rests there," Smothers said. ,
"We simply can not afford t6 Pt
a new revolutionary ,tomMunist- 0
dominated government taltt4,thel:
country over.' 't ,
Smathers Ned hi intends td tont-
mtmicate with the White Notion and .0 0
urge the prompt approval' a 'all
treggests made tk, the OAS rarely(
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IS Tat) FORUM THI RIADIRS OWN tOLUMN There's an ominous rumble in- in, --saa , shoes swooped aowa on Tiviowns-,utner guests. "4,
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, ; thrnitah that' switehboard Knot hotel a half dozen times in 1117

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being quietly welded there virtual. , ,- 1956, mcluding those of Aztierica's and 1958
soot day. Lotter aro sublishod in the osier Natitad. , ,
: Maio try Is Imes foe lettort limited to ono goo knelt. ly unbeknown to the:rest of the , ell-known Catholic prelate,-Ctr- "v-.eir
a a a .L.IL1a a world. This noise tomes irom an- , dinal Spellman. -, ,-",L ," DEMOCRAT AT GOP CLUB
t 4 nth&ra imams. nrivitA tnionhona

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MONEYCHANGERS' TREATY?
Str:
The recent letter by 'Things to Come" (MC Box, Aprii 24) was
ken closer to the truth as to the cause' of Panama's ills than he
kbows. Why were the purchasing privileges of the Local Raters tak taken
en taken from them in the recent treaty revision? To benefit all of Panama?
COUrie not The moneychangers had tnat proposel pushed
in.the treaty for their own benefit. They charge outlandish
prices for their goods, continue their stranglehold on the poor peo people
ple people who must.buy their goods. They then build better houses in the
suburbs of Panama City along with their temples.
' Is it any wonder why any self-respecting man with principles
has cast his eye on the money changers since Biblical times? And
they wonder why they are. not liked.
Downtrodden and Wondering

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.b toto 1.0 i N ;muse the 'Atomic Energy Cim :';',;-.1::T' t',..;;v:1 vl. e, .. III: zs,r,, i v.,,
, ,.,,,f,r,k1;Prer.it- ,, ,1 l'A ,.. .. L. t ,:t, N ; ":'
, .... 0 ... mission has sent wbrd that it can't .V,',-,---,x47,7,,,4-1.- ,t.,
; : ..,.,:4-.1t vspze.-,4 -,,v! vice.) ,,,,,o,
afford to have defense work at -'4 ,:,-.!?:64r.t1.,..,,11, ,--.4 ., ,-,4, v,- i!;',-'''''' '' --'1 ,l':-:.''- ;; -.
MONEYCHANGERS' TREATY? the Mason Hangar "stop for even ;: -ii,,7,,f,V;;141,!. Iti 1 .4-i it
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e a minute." Yet the 10 unions may : il-'- 7;:,,:,4451, .5,, r.
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Str ,-
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strike. Under the law they can ----,:,,,,,:-m-,,,,, L(... , '0, .. 4' ', ',.. '' .44 ';'7-kii.... 1g 4122. :
The recent letter by 'Things to Come" thIctil Box, April 24) was
stop that secret roduction. It is 1131 !ft'x't,,ii''''''11,1'3-:,41-':- 1 '.,,. ,tz.-7- ,. -,,k):,,,,,, I rAle
ken closer to the truth as to the causes of Panama's ills than he their privilege ItPis our way of k-y:': .;;; Fs1:- 4 ..:';'1:!:-..'' i 12' '.. '-;;,-.3:- ',,,,,, lee' ,A4-70 -,-, or 4!y A,. -, ',.. :., -.;,,,,,,
kbowc Why were the purchasing privileges of the Local Raters tek- life in fighting' for the life of the -0.' .- ;--t,474't'l '',, t ''''''''4 4," V:--', ''..:,,. , .; typtsdirStA4
en from them in the recent treaty revision? To benefit all of PanaMa? '---- '41'h ''' ill )l-, :,.;'','"".1. ,....els ------- -.4 7711;te '110. '
",Of COUrie not. The moneychangers had that proposal pushed West' ''
There are other such crises right --;--- 41 ,..,,, ,. ,,,,,or-4,,-Ay.'i.eNks sr ,.":-,:, -.
"trough inthe treaty for their own benefit. They charge outlandish
this minute at missile launch- , .
prices for their goods, continue their stranglehold on the poor peo- ing sites, atomic engine instalia- t-' ,,tr .4 1.L. .- til ''',. 4 i ;,7:, i 1 ,
ple who must,buy their goods. They then build better houses in the -- vo '-!v,,,,,,,,-.,:, -0- , r ,,, i 1,g,
tions and space-probing Mations. :--4-1,-z;N.4i-,.-1,..;,,, "' ":0,bio. .inlimn ,,,,' -, -1, s.:!,q,,,Y.,:,:rx,4
suburbs of Panama City along with their temples. News of the Iowa crises vas 7,z, 14,1,,z.,4,.. '4''''7'.- "' ,,v,4:,..). .' 1-N,,-,-.,4!,s A. 4
' Is it any wonder why any self-respecting man with principles ,,v ,,vpassed
passed ,,vpassed on to this columnist at the 2.',.,4111;': 4''''' ''' ''''4"i''' ,, 1,,,;. :,, ,,...
very moment that pro-Soviet Her- iino".Th '; -res-
has cast his eye on the money changers since Biblical times? And
: .11 ,I., -4k-,,- ''
they wonder why they are. not liked. ry Bridges was eloquently display. ,, ..
, Downtrodden and Wondering ,;-- -- .- ,,,, ,Ipos:,--.1 ,...,,,,, r'l ,,7.. f, ii,..., 1 ..
. ing his command of classic En- .'4",,,t , ,1 1 "'-4P,--.:417 :.;,:.f; f
. glish by referring to "one ef-An,e- 1,! Joro------,, .,,,,i ,..',41-;4:,.,,i .11" ' ,',- j ,4q-',,,,s,-y ).- l
EXPENDABLE BUREACRAT rica's allies as a "bom" and to 4 - ,': 1,4,-,.0: ,iii Itijr ,,,,,,' i ,.,t. 1, ,y,.- :'. r
A ,..,,,,,..,ted N. dit''
Sir: some "American criticism' of la- ;'!' s':: Aty--- -,- 0
A cectian official employed by the Marine Bureau is persecuting bor conditions in Russia as "jund." -'';'. -44",, lEto;':,, .' 1 .L. V 4 I.,
a friend of mine simply because he does not like the way he combs The powerful west Coast-Hawaii- i")-.::; t -i .1:'',,t;-,- 1 ..10"'7777-lbtu.,
his hair. My friend is an honest, capable United States citizen who Alaska water-front chief was also 'a t,,,tr.)e .... t t.,...,,, 4-,',,, ,i,,, A
7:71 . ...- ',4' 't i, ".' f :
re-warming his praise of the al 04 )'.' ,i.
has been on the payroll all during the war years and is now an em emleged
leged emleged feeedom of Soviet labor out .,
,,,,,... ,- 1,04N...10,44,, ,.. '''," .A' : ..."-111"--,-. -- i
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ploye of the Marine Bureau. He is not a young man any more. He '''''IVi!S''i-i,44,,:t. , -----.4.- ,:
while nocking outs. 1 !- :.:;:.'i!)47. t''''. ..1:'f ".---, :::':.1:,;1,,,;,,-.1.,,-'.i:''''';' ..61..,-' ,, :;;;s4"4...L...:4:14;,Z.,,,'i'i'll.,e,,N.444'se'''''''",,,,'-'4,''''"':;:''c.,...: 7-,,,,q 1,f' ,,
has performed his duties in a credible manner and has been com- fits,
mended on several occasions for the way he has kept up his eqmO- 7All of whigh provokW thesC ..,,,, e ",wAtwekel ex--armoe....,-30-0,-, -,0,04 k .,
ment questions: What' would happen to, T, r,,...,,..... , -., , ..:,:,, :- ., -,4,, : '' c ---A ,',
If my friend lose' his job because of the subversive activities Russian union chiefs who threat- -- :
of this official who has taken a dislike to him, I intend to alert my ened the cessation qf hydrogen .: ,
representatives in Congress as to what is going on in the Marine warhead production? What would
Bureau. We shall find out why a United States citizen hao to be in- the Soviet government, so admired 0 ,:-, : 4-. ,' I 1
suited and persecuted by a small bureaucrat. by Bridges, do if a shutdown of its
It could very well be that this bureaucrat is expendable mate- own Cape Canaveral, Wherever itlit
rial. As a taxpayer, I donot care to continue paying any part of that is, was threatened? a er ,11111C di:lac, Yorlt
his salary. - Ours is so threatened. There 'may
Ginger Know Something be picketing at Patrick Air Force
Base anv moment. The Cernontors i

EXPENDABLE

Sir:
A certian official employed by the Marine Bureau is persecuting
a friend of mine simply because he does not like the way he combs
his hair. My friend is an honest, capable United States citizen who
has been on the payroll all during the war years and is now an em employe
ploye employe of the Marine Bureau. He is not a young man any more. He
has performed his duties in a credible manner and has been com commended
mended commended on several occasions for the way he has kept up his equip equipment.
ment. equipment. If my friend lose' his job because of the subversive activities
of this official who has taken a dislike to him, I intend to alert my
representatives in Congress as to what is going on in the Marine
Bureau. We shall find out why a United States citizen hale to be in insulted
sulted insulted and persecuted by a small bureaucrat.
It could very well be that this bureaucrat is expendable mate material.
rial. material. As a taxpayer, I donot care to continue paying any part of
his salary.

WEI naLogLj
Ginger Know Something
VALUABLE PENNY
Sir:
Some months ago, Pageant magazineprinted an article on old
and rare coins end their worth ,to collectors. It pictured a 1914 se series
ries series D Lincoln penny and listed it to be worth lome $124.
I have collected pennies for a number of years, so tipon reading
this I went through the collection and found one 'penny' of this de description
scription description in very good shape, all markings raised and art, legible
and no nicks or scratches.
Since have no desire to keep the coin, I would like to know if
there is a collector who may be interested or someone who might
give me some sort of information on how to dispose of it, I would
appreciate it very much.
Penny
Box, 1201,
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HERE'S To THE LEGIoN
Sir:
How wondertial, how divine! The American Legion is doing
something for the boys. That's their line, at least, but so tar
24 I Call see, this is the gist of the whole blowc
t re)? areViling these shapely ZoWgiris on neW cartioond
Mak to big deal tnit'of stoppillg in- front of the FX. Trips, is
really a big opportunity for the soldiers. The peon GIs are
allowed to buy tickets to the Legion ball from these smiling las lassies.
sies. lassies. Man. what a privilege!
Soldiers can go to their service clubs any weekend and dance
with attractive hosteues at no cost whatever. I; they want to
eat oi drink, the cost is small.
If the Legion wants to have a business proptisition, okay.
I4it why don't they come right out and' say they'reout to make
some dough, and if service guys feel like drinkinvand eating
they can buy a ticket and come to the party. But no, they have
tO make it sound like they're being so charitable. Nothing is too
good for our men in uniform, etc.
' I don't have any grudge against tile guys who are being
glorified as "Top NC0s,' but after considering the other aspcets
of the Legion's charity, I wonder just how aptlior why they are
maneuvering the military commands into this thing. I see they
have managed to get the services to take -their ONVII pictures of
these outstanding enlisted men. Don't they know the Army is
terribly busy taking pictures of some character getting a piece
of paper for "outstanding service"?
So here's to the Legion, but why don't they say
Yofu soldiers are welcome, but still have to pay.
Anti-Fleeced

WHO HIT ME PEDESTRIAN?
Sir:
Two stories were carried in your paper about Mrs. Amelia
Griffith, a well known resident of Rio Abajo, who died a few
hours after having been run down by a car on Via Espatia.
In neither story did you say she was hit by a car driven by
a member ot the staff of the Ecuadorean embassy.
Why should this person be shielded from publicity that
others receive when an unhappy accident occurs?
And am I not right in thinking that this is the second fatal
accident during the last few years in which the driver of a car
Involved was an attache at the Ecuadorean Embassy?
News Please

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t; By' VICTOR, MEM,
There's an ominous .rumble in inside
side inside the AEC-Pentagon's 1011.
rious "Mason Itangar". outside
Burlington, Iowa. This noise comes
riot from the' guarded, city-destroying
thermonuclear. warheads
being quietly welded there virtual virtually
ly virtually unbeknown to the-' rest of the
world. This noise tome' irom an angry
gry angry unionists threatening to strike
uMess they get a $12.130 a vteek
raise.
, This strike fever even has Zoe
Finnegan's soothing Federal Me Medation
dation Medation Service in a cold sweat be because
cause because the Atomic Energy Cim
mission has sent wbrd that it can't
afford to have defense work at
the Mason Hangar "stop for even
a minute." Yet the 10 unions may
strike. Under the law they can
stop that secret production. It is
their privilege. It is our way, of
life in fighting tor the life of the
West. ;
There are other such crises right
this minute at missile launch launching
ing launching sites, atomic engine installa installations
tions installations and space-probing Mations.
News of the Iowa crises was
passed on to this columnist at the
very moment that pro-Soviet Har Harry
ry Harry Bridges was eloquently display.
ing his command of classic En English
glish English by referring to nne efAn.e efAn.erice's
rice's efAn.erice's allies as a "bom" and to
some "American criticism' of la labor
bor labor conditions in Russia as "junci."
The powerful west Coast-HawaiiAlaska
water-front chief was also
re-warming his praise of the al
leged freedom of Soviet labor out
fits, while nocking outs.
7All of which ", provokes these;
questions: What' would happen toi
Russian union chiefs who threat-,
ened the cessation qf liydrogen
warhead production? What would
the Soviet government, so admired
by Bridges, do if a shutdown of its
own Cape Canaveral, Wherever
that is, wee threatened?
Ours is so threatened. There 'may
be picketing at Patrick Air Force
Base any moment. The Carpenters
there are working under a con contract
tract contract which has expired bdt
which they extended each day
only for 24 hours. They are fight fighting
ing fighting for wage hikes and a hiring
hall. 'That is their right under our
system.
But even if the Mediation ser
Vice helps settle ,the Carpenters'
dispute there is still the Apr. 30
deadline for action by the Iron
Workers Union.
The ironmongers want heavy
beralth and welfare benefits as well
es more motley. If they don't get
the increases they say they'll
picket May I. That is their right.
But if they strike, or if the Car Carpenters
penters Carpenters go out before they do,
there will be few repairs, little
construction of launching gan gantries
tries gantries and little transportation of
our most ;vital earth-to-sky oase.
And in the'U. S. no one can force
these men to work.
Such strikes for far less urgent
motives have and are stalling our
flights into space for which we
need a lot more than gossamer
wings.
, There is, for example, and AEC
National Reactor Testing Station
in Idaho. There they are construct constructing
ing constructing facilities to test aircraft a atomic
tomic atomic engines as well as building
a nuclear reactor engine for a
large ocean-going ship. They also
are continuing tests for atomic
submarine engines which are to
for completion with the Soviet
sub-makers.
Yet on Apr. 13 some 700 AFL AFLCIO,
CIO, AFLCIO, Construction Trades,,,workers
watked out. Not for more; money.
They downed tools ;because their
unions disagreed on' which, workers
would do what work ,---- that old
devil jurisdiction.
Earlier some 200 members of the
Metal Trades Unions in Idaho hit
the bricks at a Westinghouse pro project
ject project developing a large ship re-;
actor. The men walked out he,
cause they disagreed with the
work assignments.
The record also reveals that et
tbe Las Vegas AEC installations
and labs, members of a guards' u--
nion gambled with the unit's se security
curity security by striking over wages.
th Westhampton Beach, mem
bets of a riggers' uniin, angered
because pipefitters were doing
some work the riggers thought
belonged to them, struck for a
few days, halting construction of
a Bamarc missile base. This will
be an anti-aircraft missile site
for New York's protection.
Talking about freedom, Brother
Bridges, our cup runneth over. I
hope it doesn't swamp us.
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ninths is submerged below.;
Bergs which rise 150 feet!
above the sea may extend 1,000;
feet below. The amotml et Ice;
l in giant icebergs is almost un-.
I believable. Many weigh from,
1100.000,000 to 200.000,000 Ions,
and some probably weigh sew.
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MIMOS TO THI
PUBLISHERS
It Is 20th Century miracle that
wo can summon to our homes for
a few pennies practically all the
experiences of the world today
just by reading a newspaper.
Moreover, the magic is intensif intensified
ied intensified by the fact that the average
cosmopolitan paper is one of the
wonders of -modern technology.
Millions of words mint br sorted
and condensed, read and re-read,
written and thecked,printed and
distributedwithin a few hours.
nit free press'has unduoubtedly
made great mechanical strides.
Unfortunately, it has lagged in
other directions. Unfettered
journalism is one of democracy's
most powerful institutions which
is not submitted, as a scoop, of
course. However, this institution
was not made in Heaven and
newspapermen are not always
angels. On the whole, the Fourth
Estate is k good watchdog, but a
self-appraisal might do no harm.
After all, newspapermen are eh
trusted with the most lethal of
weaponsa typewriter.

This reporter is concerned about
the sameness and blandness in.
newspapers. Ingenuity and ini iniagination,
agination, iniagination, unfortunately, are no
longer in style. In addition, many
newspapermen are constantly
struggling against red tape, ruth
less and reckless censorship, pres pressure
sure pressure groups and venatly. Unhip Unhippily,
pily, Unhippily, contemporary publisher
fail,to echo ,the great thunderera
of the past: reeley, Hearst, hem'
nett, Pulitzer :and Scripps. Ther
were ihunderers---4nd lamplgib-t
ers who gave journalism so
much of its power and dignity,
They were not only recorders of
events but enthusiastic 'partici 'participants.
pants. 'participants. They recorded history and.
made It.- They were constantly
aware that, the free press mus:
utilize liberty to battle for ,its pre preservation.
servation. preservation. A paper, demon demonstrates
strates demonstrates it is free only iVhen it
challenges those who seek to
undermine demeeracy ,both at
home and abroad. What contem contemporary
porary contemporary journalism, needs is more
fireand sparkle.
Freedom of the press is a
continual victory that must con.
sternly be won by journalism with
physical courage, moral spunk,
intelligenco and. devotion to its

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concepts. A tree newspaper's. pri primary
mary primary function is to commumcate
the truth. And its sole obligation
isi to the nation's general welfare.
If its liberty ean be curtalleo --
or restrained, then Its liberty
becomes a hollow mocker': in
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Every. newspapermen knows
that freedom signifies the expres expression
sion expression and exchange of ideasa And
the medium for communicating
ideas obviously represents a de democratic
mocratic democratic foundation. Equally- vi vital,
tal, vital, he is avtare that liberty it not
absolute. It is limited by the
borders of public-welfare and'per
sonal decency. Freedom of the
press does not4ndude the right to
publish obscenity 'any Mere than
free speech encompilses
,to incite tiots4 In addition,
a reporter learns that the right,
publist the truth doesn't, al always
ways always guarantee publication.
There are perils beyond. direct
suppression. We refer to pressures
exerted by poweful, -a elfish
groupspolitical, te0n0Mie and
social. The 'obstacles they rmse
demonstrate that the practical
application of a noble ideal is al always
ways always more difficult than an, ex expression
pression expression of admiration for the con concept.
cept. concept. Those who announce their
devotion to democratic principles
in a public forumare often the
same people who attempt to Pte.
vent reporters from recording the
truth about them. In brief, the
free press ideal is an eiduring
mountain. The newspaper, how howeVer,
eVer, howeVer, is ia battlefield which is con constantly
stantly constantly under fire.
till- e of Rights not only gives
journalists the' privilege to report
the truthit also entrusta them
with the responsibility of preserv preserving
ing preserving the moral basis of free lourri lourriNewspaperA
NewspaperA lourriNewspaperA people who
haVe betrayed that trust are in a'
minority. It is a tribute to the
vigor of the press that it hail sur survived
vived survived those who perverted its
basic concepts. This reporter Is
constantly impressed by the dedi dedication
cation dedication of the average workii4
'newspaperman. They seldom. get
the acclaim they deserve or the
money but their jobs give Jhem
a sense of pridt and excitement
beyond monetary value. Few pea,.
ple take more chances for Ito
and accomplish more than the
'average reporter. Som heave Wien
killed or maimed cotering slam,

revolutions riots and hurricanes.
I have seen them in action on the
streets of the cityt day:,after day
and night after mght freezing
and' perspiring, risking bodily in.
jury, being pushed around 'tbut
almost always getting their stor

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The drama' of headlines is au.
premely fascinating.' The course
of events shapes, demolishes and
constrUcts people and nations. The
tragedies, glories 'and absurdities
1The highlighti- and shadows. The
emergence of a Broadway star
and the decline''' of --an empire.
'Iltivit''qUeens 'and 'the cop on the
beat.' The ambitions of nations
and 'the passions of an individual,
And, finally, the 'delight in a stoop
4-whkh a reporter rarely forgets
i,s--sed 'the', public liever remem remembers.
bers. remembers. -Psychiatrists,' sociologists
4nd philosophers are quick to of-.
fer solutions for myriad problems.
Their answer are usually literate,
intedectually stimulating and
often far beyond the bounds of
reality. The reporters' rarely deals
In vlsionarr theories or idealistic
precepts. He is' concerned with
reality. And reality is frequently
dirty, heartbreaking, hazardous
and lanaticahy complex.
,
Every journalist worth his salt
is aware that newspapers are pri
marily economk units, Tile Amer.
diens of an idealistic beritige
must function on the basis of real.
istic nezessity. Survival demands
that a newspaper be self-supp9rk
ing To be tree, .,-the press must
be profitable as well as indepen I
dent. The commercial,' aspects of
journalism have been attacked. A
portion of the criticism is justi justified.
fied. justified. There have beenand are
'publishers who make the ltresoqn ltresoqntation
tation ltresoqntation of news secondary to the
protection of an investment. It
should be noted, that the extent of
veitalty le not as widespread as
belittlers wotdd have you believe.
The foregoing can- be documented
with a single fact! Despite, abuses,
Itite Yankee Doodle, press is 'the
world's.' outstanding example of
free journalism., , ,
Irho, basiz,purpOsst bf spreading
the Aroth must, operate in con conjuction
juction conjuction with stiond business me methods.
thods. methods. 'One t cannot, exist without
the other. The newspaperin com
mon with-, individuals composing
itrmust be nourished. Mean exist
only- when it is financially' strong
morally ,vigorous and spritually
powerful., The cnurage and Awis Awisdom
dom Awisdom of its publishers, editors and
reporters ate' its blood. The slignt sligntest
est sligntest damage to the smallest cepa
laries eventually affects its heart.
A' newsPatter' draws life from the
peopleand returns it in the from
of a vigilant and Jammed public
In 'other words', newspapers have
four-dimensional 'ttualdies
are critics and 'historians as well
as Soldiers and civilians. More
important than, their. sights is the
privilege, newspapers have ,,to
fight Or them:,The free press is
of no Use to 11,,M111 who refuses
to light for detencr-3ust as Ire,
dom of worship is wordless to an
atheist; In the final analysis, how.
ever,' the free newspaper' s
triumph ts inevitablesince ,' its
weapon is indestructiblet;, trutb.
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POPE URGES bIGNITY k
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' ROME ; s(UPIi-;;, Popo John
XXIII yesterday told, prie els
throughout the world "the priest.
hood ministry is such a great dig
nity 'that it is mot even vented
to the angels." ,
, In a letter id -the' priests ,of
Venice the Pontiff called on all
priests to maintain and reitdorce
their piety and dignity In a trou
bled modem world

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, WASHINGTON, Senate Om Ise II, diplomat 0 Bden, and
shoes swooped down. on Washmt- other guests. ,
ton's fashionable Wooder apart- Note!The Cardinal had ended a
meat-hotel early the other mom- two-day stay at the Wooduer lent
Inc and confiscated the records than a week before the Senate
of all telephone', calls placed raid. He also had stopped at the 1
through the switchboard slues hotel a half dozen times in 195r
1956, mduding those of Artierica's and 1958. , :
ell-known Catholic prelate,- Car "o"nr
ding speaman. ,,,, ,', DEMOCRAT AT GOP CLUB
-others whon'private telephone 4, -,
records are now in" the custody Tennessee's ex-Gov., Prank 'fres
'el the Senate rackets committee ment,,No. 1 orator of the Demo,.
Mclude counselor J. W. O'Brien of cratic party, dropped- in' toi, sea '',
lite Canadian Embassy; whose di- Congressman- Carroll ;Reece,
plomatic immunitp may"--Thave former sationalchairman of th;
been- violated, Sen. Dick,Bussell Republican party. Reece, also a
Lot Georgia,, the southern,- elder Tennesseean, comes from., the
'statesman; and half a domn eastern section of the state Olds ;
Congressmen. alwaYs 'votes RePoW4111.,'?,..
The nid wai led by 'Carmine ... ,'
Bellino; a4enate rackets investi After their visit, Reezeli :tithe
gatior, who was armed .; with a insisted upon taking Clement te
subpoena-, signed LArkansis' lunch "'at the Republican Coop
Sen. John COCII tol Hill Club.
ment demanded ."all original r' ', 7 -3
cord', of locaVand long-distance .The Democratic' vice
calls charged to the". hotel tale. tial hopeful glanced amtuid at the
phone es .wen, as an restaurant, tmfamtliu Republican surround.
valet,, drugatore,? and .7 o t r ings. :
charges, made to all guests dur-
Mg- tho'period from January I, "Whet If Drew Pearson should
1957.' "' , see )1210 here?" he whispeted
Bella apparentty-...,- stuHpected nervously to his hostu.
that the Woodner Hotel, -here 7,
Teamsters boss' Jimmy Hoffa ,also LAMM" ST
lives, had been burning its tele- : DIALIR t
phonejecords. At. 1:30 ant. the s
Senate sleuths barged into the postmaaer General Arthur
switchboard room ,with Benin in Summerfield, I ormerly. oft
the van., --"' I world's largest Chevrolet ',dealer,
Millie Price, an operator, start, is still trying to help sell len.
ed for the door, but Bellino block- dal Motors' cars..
ed her with a sestralning hand -,
,"She's only- going to ,tbe rest- He' asked Congressmiti Charles '',
room," explained 'Sally Rucks, Chamberlain, Michigan, Republie
the odd operator.."11 you want A recently to Introduce, a bill
to, go with her, go right ahead." establishing a "National "''Auto
. 3ellino 4econsidered and &how- week." Summerlield explained
that General Motors ; thought It
would stimulate auto sales.
eedd, MThrse.n Phriece stdonoluenacvede ungertincority ungertincoritythat
that ungertincoritythat he had come for the tele
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phone rezords and-wouldn't leave Congressman' Chamberlain'. tett.
the 'room. until he got,them. Hs fully suggested keeping General
was still repeating his demand to Motors' name out of the picture
the adamant chief operator when and asked the National -Auto.,
Mr. Price returned. mobile Dealers Association vett.,
Wheeling around, Benin hark- dorse the',. idea. Summer101d
into her faie: "You have Amen agreed that his son, Arthuri Jr..
burning records, isn't that' so?" who now runs 'the tSommerfteld
"No air," protested Millie. Chevrolet Company at !, All 1 n to
' Mich.; could line up, -the 'auto
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Meanwhile,. Mrs. ',Rucks 'return-,
dr to,' the:. switchboard to sum summon
mon summon the' hotel's. ittorneY,: E. R.
Williamson,- who dressed ,taatilY
and tuShed to the' Scene., Lit 2
, The attotney. txplained to Beni Benino
no Benino that the hotethad alreedfs
ed to .comply with' the committee's.
subpbeita.,,:ne, pointed out ro, three
boxes4u11- Of telephone-can
which, be' nerd, the switch-board
girla
But the; grim' gumshoe triumphantl-
pulled 'nut two slips which
he .,claimed had i! 'been ,'0,-eked
from e r
Neither-ion bid -been iiY'
Hoff 'or 'his henchmen.... 1..::) i.4
Theit Atellino, began searching
the 'switchboard room; yanking
out 'papers, from 'the After
he' ,bad "'goliit through' eVerYthillif
including the perators1-,..purses,
he started, to,. leave' with. 'the
pers 'he iliati'seized. He also
etructed 'his",men: to '' pick up the,
boxes of telephone slips.: ;
, glut i',Williamson ititopped them
with viarnipL
am not turning anything oier
to. you,'". he 'said.' 11'Yott,bave en entered'
tered' entered' the room without a search
warrant; .1(ou. hive' gone through
every file we, have. So,' when you
leave, you are not to,. come lack
and ask for any, more records.: We
have tried to cooperate with you,
and 110W you have gotten all you-,
came:to get. '.1 am ; not turning
them oVer to you; you are taking'
them": .,;
'has 'little speech persuaded tel.
lino to, leave the records at the
&lag Re ordered
, keep them' under
lock,- and made Aim, "'totally .res.
ponsible.". Subsequently, the pa papers
pers papers wire,. turned over to the
,rackets committee which 'now has
a; complete record of the persouill
made from, ,, the hotel by
Cardinal Spellman, Senator Rue

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"What If Drew Peirson shotdd
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postmaster General Arthur
Summerfiedd, I ormerly, the,
world's largest Chevrolet ',dealer,
is still trying to help sell len leneral
eral leneral Motors' cars.
' Re asked Congressmen Charles ''',
Chamberlain, Michigan, Republie
apn recently to Introduce, al bill
establishing a ijNational "-Auto
Week." Summerneld explained
that General Motors thought It
would stimulate auto sales.
Congressmen Chamhorliln' tett tettfully
fully tettfully suggested keeping General
Motors' name out of the picture
and asked tbe National -Automobilo
Dealers Association to en.
dorse the' Idea. Summertield
agreed that his son, Arthur; Jr.,
who now VMS the tSummerbeld
Chevrolet Company, at plan t,
Mich., could line up. the 'auto
dealers.
Subsequently, young Summer Summerfield
field Summerfield arranged for the association
rather than Generid Motors te
promote l'National Auto ,Week.",
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WASHINGTON (GPI)
business firms got31,per. tent
more, government ycontracts'. dur during
ing during the lit7t three months of tide
year than they did ILAN'
period last' year, it lwae an
pounced Monday., 111. SM111 Susi
nett ; tdrainistration l.,(SEAl sail
that In terms or dollar value, the
imager firms enjoyed a 12 per
cent;increase from a year earber:,
The atetement said that the three.
month rate helped boost 'to let327
contretts worth 2434,895,181 the
total 'volume of governinent bust-
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the first nine months of .010 CUP-
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WASHINGTOlt (UPI) April
28 Prtsident -Eisenhower asked
the nation's' business; leaders. yes yesterdsy
terdsy yesterdsy tchelp him convince the
public that' "isolation, fon-America
is' a, futile ',and, fatal policy.".
The President -used the, open.
ineseSsiort ofwthe Chamher
of Commerce convention' to 'voice.
a strong appeal for; assistance, in
selling his foreign' aid 'program.
Congress,,is expected to give the
$3,900,000,1100 recluest ;rough treatment.-
EisenhOwer ',appeared tovbe
ploying the same strategy against
'congressional tritici" of,;,'foreign
aid that he 'has been using to bat.
tle those' whb want to go' beyond
his budget. prOposbliThe Presi.
dent Is, banking on direct appeal
to the ,publie 'to stern ,big ,pending
proposals advanced'. by it o
members ',.of the, heivily-Demo,
cratie new, COrigress.,'
"At"- theoloutket,twe Must rating,'
tliZe OTIN.,4nrcontestableotruthil, the,
4-kPresident- -sairt.,t'Irt- the face of
the., announced Communist inten.
tion to dominate the,world.-lsola.
1 tion for Amerier. Is futUe end
fatal polier, The 4ortortes the thefree,
free, thefree, world' ire the, fortunes1",:of.',
4titlerica '
'To falter' the to011ey bt
in0 -.free and Iriendly nations, he
, lead tn-"eventual encirclement-4111i-,
the result would
be -catastrophie.! ,
,The chamber consider a
re-111160n later :.in Abe week prals pralsio''
io'' pralsio'' the results of aid to Western
E"01)6,,' but. asking for'' a redue
fon tr.& help (to -Etirope now
11,-t.. recovery there,: is so, far
7"Tenhower: made n sPecial
pr thanking -,the business
'noun an. earlier 'resolution
so.,lortingN,lre.,- foreign' pregr-m
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'-t-oltrged i,each businessman to
"work lireleasly. for a better, na nation411
tion411 nation411 inettreness of- the challenge
befrel 4,he -Character of
the-response,we most-make betir
, in mit ,ovm, inter.Sts apd 1,hos'e
, of .11 humanity.",
'17k41 President' ilso' asked the
l,rncAmett to do', ell:they could
"in -hot interests -of 'private in-
vestment And in promoting it
, greater 'volume ,Of trade' be.
tween, dations,
Sderetarv or, rommerce Lewis ,1
L. Strauss:, told the delegates this

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country' must-try to win over mil-1
lions -of. persons.. unrommitted
natios, keep' Its owntictions in ac acCord
Cord acCord withmoral laws and demon demonstrate
strate demonstrate that lhe free entererise sys-,
tem ,ean -,outprnduct zoliective
econornies.' , ,
Sert.-4Hubertril. flumPhrey (1)-
Minn.) ,in the same vein, urged
the delegates -to tend their,befik
executives to foreign 'nations as,
',,Commercial 'missionaries' to
'show underdeveloped nations' how
'to 'onerate their businesses effi
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Civil, Riohls:Line
Buller Insults :
"arty, lelends, fit st-,04 firm nn
Tivil rights issues 'end:, not
tomnromise ;with the South, ac according
cording according ,to Democratic -,s,latiOnal
.17,,,,hairman 'Paul 43otier,.
Butler,s ittacked by -sbthern
Democrats recently for his advo advoation
ation advoation of ,Strong civil tights
plank in the 1960 party 'platform,
criticized -Senate Democratic
leader' Lyndon Johnson 4)f Texas
forr presenting whet ael tefined a
4'weakl,,,civil,rights'11114 ',,
' The chsirman aimed Much, of
his talk before -tihe, Ford Hal for-,
Stmday night at :President
tisenhower, He said' the President
had offered only ."vscill,tting lead leadership"
ership" leadership" on thevcivil rigles isiue:
Ile ,,;criticited ',the chief execu executive
tive executive .for falngto endorse' the Su Su'
' Su' oremB CouttZ14 ttetsion in sregaril
to, secregatet Seh0813. 'Ile. ,Iired
the .tPresident, to-, take --it Public
stand Anr the -Issuct, t.,
He, Bei& be -was.' confident "a
large -,bodY of southern white per persons"
sons" persons" fhounii,,v not agreeing with
the:1954 .tuline,, Would obery, -it
nevertheless simply,beause it watt
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EAGER 'TYPISTS t
LONDON, (UPI), Most Lon London
don London tvpists change ,'jobs, becsuse
they do not have enough ,work to
work to doe according to a stirvey'
nublishoo vesti,0-41'ly, the Indus;
trial Welfare-,Society.,1.., ',

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Law Ilhich Closed
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unix' ,11,061C3 Ark. ,(tUP1)
April 28 ''--The Arkansar
preme Court, in a 4-3 dezision
yesterdayi upheld the 19584 law
useth by goy., Orval jraubui ; to
keep the city's four public, high
schools closed to block Integra Integrationlast
tionlast Integrationlast fall. '
The,,ruling was just one week
ahead of three-judge J'ederal
Court hearing,on -the, same ,law,
One of the dissenting justices
criticized the -law as a violation
of' an amendment to, -the state
constitution rwhich requires a
,"general,- snitable and efficient
system of free schools." ,
t The majority opinion, by Justice
Paul Ward -said that if the legis legislature
lature legislature had given ) the governer
powet-to'''Close the schools 'tem 'temoorortly
oorortly 'temoorortly in ease, of ,pestilenee or
insurrection to, protect the', Den Denote,
ote, Denote, no question ,of ,constitutina-
ity, would An. could bejaised.
,faubus refused: to,comment On
the ruling. Norlwould ,he Predict
whether if the three-Judge Federal
Court does' rule thelaw unconsti unconstitutional,
tutional, unconstitutional, be,still has ka tuition 'aid
plam,to, give,,,,state and coimty
funds ,to ; students Who transwer
out of integrated schools.',4
' Mrs.; Gertie Aarrett. an avolited
segregetionist and wife 'If a tittle
Rock firemen, ibex snit
against the lew Sent: 12,1158, tile
same day the 11, S. Supreme
Court ordered' intigration of Ceti Cetitral
tral Cetitral High School and the' mime
elev Paubus -signed ,the' law, Her
suit was dismissed in Pulaski
Chancery Court: so she appealed'
to the state Sonteme Court. at!
tacking the la as a violafion of
the state and federal conotitutions,
Afterpa histoi7 of the Jaw,
Virerd's opinion seld the law floOs
not neeessarily t,violate the state
constitution. ,
VI!, act' 4 is Viewed as giving
the governor the power to close
ail hublic ,schools permanently, it
would, we concede, be in violation
not only 'of the decree in the
Rrown case (the 11, S. ,Supreme
Court school; desegregation opin opinion)
ion) opinion) but also:of the state consti constitution,'
tution,' constitution,' Ward said,
However, he said, the law, mere merely
ly merely 'proVides away to sloW down
integration ',until it Call be ace
enmolished 'withont, danger or un untilAtir
tilAtir untilAtir lawful wav tan' be found to
escape desegregation,-

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,LONDON; (UPI) April 28 Britain British foreign secretary warned
yesterday proposed a Western that the West could not accept
,old war 'settlement with Russia any plan that wotdd lead to free
that would feature a system of West Berlin "being swallowed up'
arms,inspection and limitation in by Communist East Germany. He
Central Europe and postpone- also rejected any idea of a ,"dis ,"disment
ment ,"disment of free all-German elections.. engagement" that would, leave a
'rhe "package' plan, to be die- "vacuum" -between ,East-. West
cussed by the Western Big Four forces In Central Europe.l
foreign ministers Paris, Otis Lloyd declared that the West
week,' was' outlined by'. Foreign would not tolerate any built in
Secretary Selwyn Lloyd 'to -:the Soviet veto that would hamstring
House ef Commons'at the ;tart -of the functioning -of an' East-West
a foreign affairs liebate., banion nuclear tests.
Lloyd, coupled that plan with:a The key points of the plan out outpledge
pledge outpledge ', of ,,the,'West's continued lined by Lloyd!
desire for' an ,eventual total ban ',---The.West cannot abandon Ber-'
on nuclear -test explosions despite in,' But it favors- a "new or fur furthe
the furthe U., S. proposttl backeds'br ther 'agreement,' implement n g
Britalothat such a, ban. be car the,,rights of lfree access .to the
ried Out 'ste0-by-step beginning city. it also believes the United
withprohibition At lower, Ames- Nations might be brought into a
pheric hints, t, Berlin settlement.
Atihe time,',hotVevertAhe :,--Freeioll German elections,
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VATICAN CITY (UPI)--T b e
Italian magazine Candid report reported
ed reported todAY that Pope John XXIII
bad a vision of the sainted Pope
Pius X recently while at work In
hit Vatican study. Vatican source.:
flatly denied tit- magazine repmt.-
The 'magazine,. edited bY
Giovanctino Guareschl who wrote
the stories--'of "Don Camilla':
reported that Pope-John bad the
vision on the morning of April 11.,
It said Papal Secretary Msgr.
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arnis and armed forces in Central
Europe ,should be organized to
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MISS VIELVIA BRINGAS Vann DAVID PILLER
IN NUPTIALS AT HOLY FAMILY CHURCH
mil Vo Ma Brims, flayuhttr of MN and Mrs, Angelo Di Costa
of Colon, became the bride of Mr. DOVIII A, Nile( Of Mr. and
Mrs. Alfred G. Feller of Marlin, Toe, in a. 11001,111911,61remony
Saturday in Holy Family Church los Morparbat
Rev. Daniel Rena !do performed the otremony before a bank of
white lilies on the altar. Traditional musis Will presented by Nan
G, A. Thorpe Imo Miss Ciths Cadet.

,, ,The bride, given in marriage by
: her father, was gowned in white
peau de soie and French Chantilly
lane. The deeign feetured 101111
sleeves and a close,fitted Ina lin,
. dice. Sequins, seed pearls and
- crystal beads wcre sprinkled a
tout the Sabrina neckline and
s'tirt The flared skirt was ap api
i api rit ued with hipis on Reim de Pic,
P"' a ePOPil in it lbapel-length tra tra,
, tra, i Herveil of 411oelOil net cal,
caded from a AMU Crawn at
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Orchestra plays tor dancing
.opening Allis Saturday' May'
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Mr. and Mrs. David Foliar

Miaa Margarita lAttOrrael, Maid
of honor, wore a gowp of Win.
grten chiffon. and carried a POW
SaY Of Orange gladioli, Tha bridoot
maids, Mips Elena Lecp mils Coot
nie Samson and Miss Judy Itami,,
raz, tipti gowns of aqua, lilaz and
pastel pink, fashioned similarly to
Miss Latorraca's.
Mrs, Di Costa chow for !tor
tiouchtoric woddikc P beige liPen
dr,ss with mptching accesolics
stip Were to orchid corsage.
Flower girls wore Morcela

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zinger, Siert Meerry end Xi Xitele
tele Xitele Hendricks.
Daniel Neary of Albrook Air
Force Rose served the bridegroom
as Oat mon, Ushers were Robert
Gill, Robert Uhe Unger, Rudolph
Lormony and John Robineon;
Atter the ceremony, 8 reception
woe given by the bride's parents
at the Tort tiollek NCO Club! hirs,
Caroline Wollner woe in chorge
Ot taa clam book.
Mrs. 'silo is I Indust' of Cris.
tobal High School and the Canal
Zone Junior Conege. She is pre presently
sently presently employed with the U.S. Athl
Caribben School in Fort
lied,
mr. Feller wes gradeated from
Mien High School ino attended,
Toms Western College. Re is pre.
senely assigned to Headquaners
eh Headquarters Beam, 517th
Artillery, Fort Clayton, 4
Atter a honevmoon trip, the Now
lyweds plan to make their home at
Port Gulick.
British Ambassador
To Address Referlane
Of Cristebal-Cnten
The British 'Ambassador to Pa Paname
name Paname Sir Ian Henderson was guest
speaker at a meeting ed the CM
Ohl-Colon Rotary Club today, at
the Stranger's Dub.
His topic was "Britain's lino linovery
very linovery Since the

Jails Hilliard Named
Ts History Fraternity
Jack Drina 1011 flit
and Mrs. Ivan D. Hilliard of Los
Rios, has been selected for mem memherilhiP
herilhiP memherilhiP in Phi Alpha Theta, no.
tionst homy", history fraiorni
The honor la in recognition of
scholastic nitainments In history
end other subjorts et Brislann
Voting University, Provo, Utah.

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Womon's club
The board of directors of the
Balboa Woman'a Club will meet
tomorrow morning at nine at the
Balboa usojw,

Cif Vtsn wivys
Him Hobby Social
More than II Q WOM011 attended
ths Hobby Time Metal of the Fort
Clsyton NCO Wives Club last week'
in the Se Mee
Members displaying hobbles w
Mrs. Ralph Brgwning, postcards;
Mrs. Wil UM Black, MPS. Arthur
41fte, Mrs. Eimer Shennon and
Mrs. David 6tout, shells in unusual
Mil. William Hicks,
oil paintinE Mts. Samuel Tisdale,
embroidery; Mrs. Clarence Swan,-
sent souvenir.,
After viewing the display, binge
plaYed. Winners included Mrs.
John Scott, Mrs, David Stout, Mrs.
Frithk nettinger, Mrs. Thurman
Wilcox, Mrs. William Black, Mrs.
Richard Kinsey, Mrs. Searle, Mrs.
Loren Mu Hew, Mrs. William Sa-llitsp,
Mrs. George Flynt, Mrs.
Flicks, Mrs, Tisdale, Mrs. John
Flynn, Mrs, Paul Hollingsworth,
Mrs. Eugene Savage, Mrs. Brown
ing and Mrs, P. Golden.
Mrs. Gene W. Fowler and Mrs.
P ,Myers were welcomed as gusts
by the Club president, Mrs. For Forks'.
ks'. Forks'. Hostesses for the evening were
mrs. Benjamin Haywood, Mrs.
Chester Jadick, Mrs, John scott,
Mrs. William Sullivan and Mil,
Qlayence Swanson,

rOleetere Wives Club
The Doctors WlvesTlub lunch.
eon is planned for tomorrow at
WO at the Albrook Officers
Olub, .v ,
Members of the motive bourd
bt hogioccoo, and time e election
lection election or Moro .will be held. '--

De, and Mrs. Gerrans
Leave For States
Dr. and Mrs. Earle Gerrans
let bY plaAe today for New York
City. During their monthig tgy,
Gerrans wild visit relatives a
friends in the New York City It.
Dr. Gerrans plans to study at
the University of Pennsylvania,
and also- will attend the Flodda
life Dental Convention before et,
turning to his office in Balboa.

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TO RIOMOANIZI AVG
RomE (UPI) Gabor Pallor,
dreaded Hungarian Interet Wel
nhief during the Stan era. as
been released from prison te re
Oryanize thl COM,Mtinist Budapest
regime's Mfg' secret police
farce, the Nays news agency
Ceptinentale said yesterday.

SUPERIOR SERVICE 'live employee of 'the Locke Divie !oh thta Wee were presented withionertoir sCiice
the steps, et the:Administretion- Building with rottar end Capt. s Warner' Eedimont rine 'Birector From te rigt ere Potter) Rodimon, Iloward- Cf. 4
wards 131, goviv,' Potter:, are- shown tni r
Anderson,' carpenter foreman: Lawrence Derck', general ongineeri Blackonsintenance auperintendentL';Truman,frLvitoenkei Auperintendene of Jho''
Pacific Locke; and ,Cieorge M. Lowe, eAninietratire legate:1S St the Fecitic locks. -:). .. '
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PETTICOAT, MAIRINER-0.41roakirit 'AU seafaring traditions,
actress Joan O'Brien takes an excursion on a .Prgg,f4bP14rille
ligt new movie oppqrfitio4 rotagoit,"

DOROTHY CHASE'S

StUDilbF DANCE
will move to -
The Knights 'of Columbus Hall on Balboa Road t
On hill l
BALLET TAl) TOE ACROBATIC CHARACTER
REGISTRATIONS for the Thiee Months Summer
Course4ill be held at The K, of C.

May llf 12 and 13Irom 2 to 5 P.M.
All Registrations, should bs made In person and those
planning to take In October when the Regular Irerm
Begins ma also register at this time.

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Today bend is principally of in.
barest to duplirats Players The
spade NUM by ttlortb and Pugh
is so easy to hi that every pair
got there the Dallas tisproa
mont,4

Bret Noth player opened on onbeert
beert onbeert and lave jum0 raise to
three or tour spatial whereupon
South used the Plackwood eon.
vontion to check for area and
North responded five diamonds
to show one ace.
At thia point MOlit Ell It yore
ottick in it double to sok tor a diei
mond lead ageing the eifpected
;pada contract and when tbeir part.
tiers' dutifully opened a diamond
the &claret' hod no trouble mak.
LPN all 13 tricks.
,A of rad players de,
mad ihst)they wore not going to
boat-the slam unities thoir pert.
ner could ohoW up with it trumn
dtrolielicble"thde Infiviledadititimsoni)ntent tQ,
It did one no good. His partner
opened a diamond anyway. But
whon Art,Comstook et Arlington
Mat partner, Chorlie
Osbriel of Fort Worth,' decided
that the failure ,to double live
diamond', liked tor I club lead,
He opetrd club, held the hand'
to six and scored s top,

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South Wool Worth goat
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You, Mouth, hold, :
614 vs; ctitsMxi
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4.1tid throe obi b
l'our normal bid..
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Your partner continuo, with a
bid of throe boort& 'what do
Y9U 00 neW?
Antwor Tomorrow

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, Remember to chime your empty package; tot cups despite Wittig als,. .: ;,' ,
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. Sources class to, the, embassy
A Insisted ,thst ,"somothing was la
1 11 ', the wind", tor MattArthur, a nopb
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. ,, ,., ,. .., .. ,. 1.4 .,,. secretary of state In shifts' re.
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FCC Phone Bills Come Under Scrutiny

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WASHINGTON (1111);A rod.
era, Communications Commioolon
tido testitiad ,today thot ail ot
forma' Commisaionos Itickesg A.
Mack's long distance telephone
cells to Miamilawycy Tinirman
A. whiteaidn want paid tor ,first
by the ageney And WY later by
Mack.
mra. C, demi, hest! a
the FCCS poction, told
federal court trying Mack et 1
Whiteside for conopirocy thot tha
agency had polity t,hat "no one
ie supposed to charge personal
collo to thohoommloaton
She oni4,,thatt'Aihortly bolo?
Mack rooloned odor fat ,on
March 8, 18511,- ha called 'or all
hts outstanding long Allotanco
phone bills $ositha,oramiousthros.
Yaara and "paid them' 0 Afro,
Adam aloo tootitiod thot
commission'. adminiotrative 11111,
vor hod "taken ,up tho question'
ot the ;al, with the .1x-etimmili

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manor.
Mock end liThitooldo being
itird on chartoo of cononiring to to.
infloonco tho ITO, sword of Mi.,
omi'o TV Chow! 10' Tho than,
eel woo granted. to rublio liteviet
Proloviolon, Inc, Notional Air.
line! subsidiarY. rebrori 1947,
meek voted tor the. winning ao,
pilcant , )
todovio seemloii of tho
fetal, Aldo. Auynito 5, Matthew'
toid Alf' to dioreased
"Alpe ra, Adam,' tootlmony
that obe Onfgt Poen WNitesido
'n the corridor ot tbo FCC build,
Inv in The jail of 10st
Mro, Moms' bet el friend
hod pointed out 'Whiteside while
thov were walking Awn sthe car.
ridor but thRt Ihe did not get a
gottd look at him,
Witnaas $niti ber frier(' ex.
oleloed "ob there'll Mr, Whits Whitsoide,'
oide,' Whitsoide,' Vim Adomo said Ole did
not turn round but tot tha Irn

t'itt ir! our Minimum ,,f
opvcr Fhirso
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Rre Seine Whitepde "looked lit.
tie heavy aet,'
Sho paid oho only realized that
Whiteside was 4.,bald! last week
when he woo introduced to her by
!Oak outsido the federal eourto
room in WasMngton,
Mrs, Adama' tostimOny on the
totophoni calif come as the trial
entered its fourth week,
CONTtACTS TO SINOIX
' WASIIIMITON (UPI) lendix
Aviation Corp.. boa been awarded
Navy contracts totaling S41400,1:00
conneotil tit the l'oloo nue.
ills regrow
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P nrhtahoP NEXM44 Yeti.
w 1000 rattles to
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thousands ntanusre 'miles nt dean-.
late Turki4h Ind 4ronift,n' nutun,F
tams .seiticing. swot his onv'or thl
missing niutta,and, its crawmen;
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plane ,'Ilast ,betu Jarred down" iN
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could not, be confirmed. A British
sir:force, apckcamaa Admitted the
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York; 'NewYork; The ;hip sailed earl,: yesterday afternoon. This is the ft rbt big export shipment of rename beer ,,to the United States.
Officials of ihe Panama, Wit have tooperated eiith the Natio nal Brewery In ite efforts ,to have Balboa beer introduced Into
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til SOMe ,time after it, had digit).
peared. ,
The Foreign Office'
fives of tho 13 miosing Men there
'is only a ,i!very slim' chance thot
any. of them ourvivott tho plane's
disappearance-,
thoscercit wos in Oreg.
Tess, Iron Rrotested -to. MOlonw
that Soviet jets have, trespassed
On Iconion air'' over' notion
Aserhoilan provinces in o numbir :
of, instanceo'lluring -the post SS
daYs, The ,Protost cited intrusions
, by. six ,Soviet )etc,
The t missinl British clank
fourengine -Tudor chartered 7 by
the government and heeded for
the British rocket range- at' Woo Woomera
mera Woomera in' Australis, loot Ankara,
Thursdav on Ito way to tho Bor.
sion Gdit island or Bahrein. As
route lay oven Turkey and Iran,
passing close to the Soviet border,
Tho piano roollood a, routine on.
sition retort when it passed over
the Turkish IOW of Mto,Atbout
100 Vika team the T.tussien frpn,
tier, It bits not, been' heard front
since,.
The IVA Wine tnot woo ohnt
down, 4wer Soviet Armenia lest
Yeor Ciorried 17 men. At leoot six
were killedAbe'. BUIStans have
returned their bodies.hut the
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- WASUDIGTON 'WM) Pree Preedont
dont Preedont itiaonhower called on Arno
oan,businosamon today for auPport
in prmoting treater public undor.'
atenctint of the yttat peeessity of
hiLforoign aid program,
, '011 ?roaidant mad,' his appeal
in a ;Tooth to thA annual tOtWent
tion of,tha LLB, Chamor of Com.
Aare., Ms, foreign old 'program
, tscOo cuts IA Ceetresa,
Eloonhowort,- aposhinv m
Mitts; Hitt. waiiin AtInvor Almond
bia truth ',that floolation- ter
AMOrtee i a futile and fate
, salt!' this colailly'l ottingtir
againo tna throat Pi mtornationat
communism losii in 'diroct ratio to
tha stroneth'of tho free worm, Tor'
thir rooson, ho Web- tho 'Voitod
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: To flO.otOmrwlooi Ito gold, would
ieid tirfcomninolot, 'olgetrill0111011nt
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trophics'! -, s
traily,mciust "security' an
the, motion's .oneurity are oynony,
Aeue,',, he slid. v11111111 cavern
mcnt and t,rivete' Inv-etrnent
Altrongef,Aee ."the no5t
, lve con make,'
A Iht that r one ,' the
ltrpngest intitrumetjta' rip

toditi w- I IntArm" robVI'
oniolon. Po tirroci ilitenoro to
r3turn to their 'motel ond hoin in
"Pomotivior Tiohlto imisrolinding of
tho need for net DIY 'o 'Won't and
orosneroos
, rers,nntray at home, isitt
Arnertin Ssgivtience ovProesx to,
Imeo tho non,Com monot ,, ?lotion
"otrnno,, polvolit ond
; elite mnot, ItRye firm friends
onet, aloof to ,win Abe strimel,
"tallinet tmooriallom',
'President' Aho, som,,,, 3,000
boldnooa-Mte,
' Phloem, for hlo foreign r.,111
Program, Eisenhower ooid, "there
lir no room In. AmArigo for PIMP
row oelliehnvo,', ether poroonot
or eoliortivo,
totd the buoinessm"n the
ingeoting ,c 'brood "there is
you ton do to Increase trim I
world, and
Perotary of Commeire towle
Straus, laid tha Chambor ,that

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the soviet -ability le tisport good
st, below 'cost prices. constitutes
Imth A aerings moneoe 0,UT 1Y11
pia Ot tree enterprise. ..
HO said Smote :has 2"dumpodo
siummomi-. eotton Ann tik PA
Werkt marketio BiltrbeCaltee the
thimping has been paradie, the
Mum; 101 it qiro not -otter,' he
,
In 19514 Straus. field, 'lb'. r
werp,10111 4,000 SOViet Plienta in
lOretgl). -counilles posing el 'tech'.
niciane. working on develoinnont
nroiecti. He said this. was an in.
erense ofr 63 nor gent from 1957
and that 'he hod no idea now
mem, such Soviet,' personnel Pr,
in othor neuntrigo no?,
$1111001 Demeerotie 1,0Ader Imn
13, Johnson, Senate GOP
loader rv'TPtt TYrksee and andslielijot
slielijot andslielijot Director MAurice Sting
aloe .trre' Oa the program ier Iho
epan'ne, mouton,
WilliAm -A. McDonnell, heed. et
thn eItamlbtr, sytteeft the' mime
wit hevnete smooch urtint
the netionte husinnesmen to fight
'Option ant! hie
ar"nfOrar taking a more sotive
mot reliticc
niseINOT Wigill,PATYLA
Vttikihlot. (UPI) And Unit.
eft ervh Tionuhl;e efficere fought
$ kr'''. 141'411 weal, in a VIM
Cwofihtvplftveldit where thee
were Noe, troined In the nom of
rNeeblt made weeenno, informel
more.' gold veitorofity, Four erfp.
cols were Avounded seriously,

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BOSTON (UPT1 TOMOOOOttO
NitiOnal phsirman pow
ler urged eongregetenel .demo .demoeretayeltorday
eretayeltorday .demoeretayeltorday to vote more fere
eign, tor-mitiordevelened 'ne.
tipps than preside,,nt ElaaphOWer
his asketl. , '
railommordid' Met
Nods for the overall aid program
DO aoProoriated on a, lOng-range,
rather pan cm it year-to-year
bestare,, 4,7
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In' sneer') sinitere the YOung
DerpocrAtio Of Herrero VA,
veralte, !Sutler reritiolved mem;
hers of his own Dort", in Conerras
who homy threatened 'to' writ for
"sotto" cuts in irisenhnwar'a Pro'
Poled 13130,000,01X1 sid hudget,
,
Setro Democres, 'kr ',anew'',
Adm. want to elaah foreien,eld
to retype, Against' Eisenhower
tor Domorratio Iswinaktre
"big soenderc' he said such
MOVO would be "unwise" old
"olvt of character" for the party.
He said Democrats ITIPV want
te revamp the Prasident'S pro,
Imam "to snood more on culture!
and economic aid and less on mil,
Karr aid."
In one respect, he Raid. Demo;
?rat' ought to ounoort more aid
Midi; thsn the President hoe re,
quested. He refIrred to the-develMINNA
101in fund, tor Writ El El',Thew.?
',Thew.? El',Thew.? sealite POO no0,000
in 'hot fiscal year starting P17 t
Th14 les emote' fund whieh the
PresitteM Mt mut st his discro,
pm! In helping promote eCOnomie
ttrowth In other nations, turtle.
larlv thoee which aro nodereeeot nodereeeotOPed
OPed nodereeeotOPed and Devertv-stricken, It Is
separate from the regular eco economic
nomic economic and military sid progroma
that mike en the remainder 0,
the foreign Old progrem

Put lor EAT Republiesos tend to
regsrtl fore on
of non-IntlitaryostureviS
sort of Cobol community chest In
Which our contribution' to booed
opt en pood$ tUt On wlisi we win
Elva without jeopsrtlis nE ths
thrum Inhume 'of tha President's
budget,' ,
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Fu,,Ertil Syr' Ices
For Juan flores:! ,-
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Thursd3y,tlirning-:-,
! Funeral serif ces will be held
Thursday at I cm, for Juan Flo Flores
res Flores s longtime reoident of the Ca Canal'
nal' Canal' Zone who collanoed and died
!bile at work loot Friday.'
Rites at the Holv Familv Church
in Mergerita, be followed by
burial in the veteran.' plot at Mt.
Howl Cemetery, -
Mr, Flores, a'veteran''nf World
War 7, will be buried with minter,
honors, and the ceremonies et the
graveside will be in charge of the
Americon Legion posts on the, At Atliptic
liptic Atliptic skit,
Woo Melve Fiore. of California
to arriving tomorrow afternoon to
offend the funerale. She will join
ber brother, Georgo,,, who is with
the Cans' Fire Division,
,,Moy Flores whose age woo 00,
rcame to tbe Cane' UP 37 yeers
ono trom Puerto Rico, Tor molly
Year. be wit. the barber st Hotel
Wsohinfton, moving to Clotun aft aft'er
'er aft'er the hootelry was tranoterred to
PRIMED- INTO TURF
LONDDN (UPI) A holf,ton
lawn, roller praised all Ityear Ityearold
old Ityearold boy into the hut eriekel
field -but he emerged alive and
without R broker honP, it wig re.,
ported 'Monday, The Dail)? Nereid
tett reoeuers hod to dig Edword
Ridgewell from the turf after the
troeorilrawn roller nrcule4 him
Into the earth last weal( at Prue.
in owl, ,Nnglsod, HO tleVer
loot consciouoness although. he
puffered some internal injuries.

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LITIC, OStA .':Crirliii.111PII. : lira WASKPNciTON 'CUPI)',4 'Preal-, the loviet 'abiiity to ,aapoitt' gaods B6STObl rfUll11-i,-- ;Denuaeratle- ; BLINDS i ' t, t. I
in Tne Intern ler a misaint ill,. dont Eisenhower, called on Amer'', et below 4. cost prices. Constitute' Nittional Pheirmao Pool bit Int- . FaMoun Franciocan Californian POTTERY Loose pieces '' 1
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fah' transport-plane,' ,carrylos 111 ttan,busloosamen today for oupport tusth s sayings menage lt,) ,0,er, eye" ler urged eongressiongi demo- 'ref 1 11 '''
cret ,rogget L equipment :ineven in gtemeting treater public under- tom of free enterprise. ',,,, ,, Cfnin..XeSterdilV le Vall more !ore, Olhe ,t,arOpl ,, ;,. Apple ,-Deniert "Inst.,. Ivy .
ciosrr TrItofdlif tO, '.. the Anifitot' atanclinr a 'the Vitla PeeessitY f HO Slid ,R000ls,-,.:has. .dumpodo eign ...id toy-underdeveloped na. 0,1 -. I t 1 (7
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ILL transport .tvag. shot: , .
doYll', PI, -:Till,',Freiddent 'Made his lipped World markets, But,,,,becouse:' t a has asked...... ,,,''.,:-. '!- ... ,F,.!, ,' ,, t 13,, .. , ..
September. - ,. ',. 4 ",:.., ;. In, a, !Teeth to the: annuaeonven, dumping -has beep eporadita- the ,, ;:',;:- :, '-;;' .' y'L'; '' I "'ctrtti ftrION,
, Planes trent that rited States; non. 'or,tho .1,,St rChamitr,,of Com.' reason; for it qirit net 'Altar,' he 2 Ho';:s71110 .;Tleoltintelldid thet -- '. g.n ',,,',,;,;,,.",..., JUST ARRIVED IN TIME FOR OUR ANNUAL SALE -t'
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tninn,'fnenkillif SOMOtAlleit'''of' thfi' 'Ilettl0; 'Sit It' Vali In -4,tutoolttested- ,toreigo countries posing as lecki bsolt,:r!, 4'; ,:i-,,,,,i, i -,,,,,),z .,,,, ;,.r 14.2111,; pre& e, ,,,,,,,,,:,v .
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vine ,J4.4.,boto, ,toreed down 7 in: policly,';' ".' ',' '.....--'-,!''-''.,.'''''',' n- "' enesse .6f, 63 par cent, from, 1957 Democretio clob of Iforvard trtil7 ' ,''''' s",;"!:''.,,A,,,,v-4,0''':, .;',,' ' ,
Soviet,' Arments.,-;, hut ',this -thorny, ,, .1,41,,egio. this, rbentrgi strengtit, and that 'he' nod -. no idea how vOrSitSI,,'- lilltlot.-',Oritielaed' MOM; .: : .. ., .,,-.'.A. -,, 1 and PILLOWCASES. Two lovely pattents. s.-----': ,...-,.;",----, .-- '.
could not, he centlfMetL A Britian against -the throat: of tornstione miuM,- such .snejet,. perionnet art ber3 of birnwn nortyrin Coneress ''' ,, ' -'-''-,''-',''''.,?,,,-A-',,,--. s.- s.
air:force' nookooman adillitted' the -communigm' Wee in.dirsct retie' In. In other reentries no!, !,' .- who haVilr threetened10'WOVit for '-fr - ..A 350 -----"---,----,7''''- '' -..
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the cast 'of the 11,8, trantoort' un- !t: 111-. titi:C"nrirlgt -!1"11,"1""te-n tir'"'"ok Sesolott ,- ,' a ff,r 4111Pa Detneeratie' laWMakeril ,.- '' 'i .?,--4,
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61'081g-tile ig missing mon thori,. tho, motion's ,okeurIty tire oniony. Ill mita Mil orlinlen 40 fight He said nemocrota ITIPV want 7,--- - ...... "'mit -77 i
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Azerbaijan provinces in g number oniliall.,To nrted his, liatenero to, $ k,l'''s li 1
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In rusinns Asomoti,te imhila imdkrolinding of ware -,)u, r j ed In the yea of onment loan fund, for Oh El., - ,
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' The t missiog -British clank', A tzeosneronn,econotny. st bome,,-bitt imirres- ism yesterday. Four CI-, In the fiscal' year startint pi), I,. , : no Itl,te , 1,
four-engine ,Tudor ,. chartered ? to, Amer!ren esalgtonce everleas to cora wore -wollnded serIOUSIY, This lira soccial-funrwhirh the .4, ...,
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the: government and headed for knee, MI, -oon.Cororouniot, stations ''', .-1.!,r-I"l"-".'7 ''!"-"'"r- Prefildeet CRIS 11110 at his (Nero- '14 t':', t, -- gr tli,Vt.. ,
the British rocket slogs., as. woo, '"IttrnIlly, POIVIIPII. PO frIIII," .T.o 12 -, IfOn III bottling 'promote economic ......melaleampula,
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Sian Gtilf isisnd of Bahrein. ,, lite ogoinot goviet.',,tmoorialism'4. the, ,, yk., .:.,, ,,, i -,: OPed and OUVertY-Stricken, It Is Tiopicana" i
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100 'toilet from the Nitssum ,fron, row,,neitlehneel;',.,eitner personst -. , i : sootier Kali' sopoodepos tend to
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PASS SIX

'Genius As Matchmaker: Coil ld
Trove Big Shot In The Arm

i NEW YORK (UPI) If he runs
rue to form, young Teddy Bren Bren5er
5er Bren5er will come up with the right
rescription to cure a sick patient
"6boxing at Madison Square Garpen-
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, Teddy, only 41, showed a touch
5f Sheer genius as matchmaker at
Brooklyn's Eastern Parkway Are Arena
na Arena which soon became known as
"baiting's house of upsets" be be!oust
!oust be!oust the unsung heroes Teddy
dug up continually were knocking
off big name fighters with odds up
,to 10-1 against them.
''-. "Half the fights we had out here
in Brenner's four year term were
real upsets," according to Joe A Arita
rita Arita of Eastern Parkway.
'---"Brenner's matchmaking theo theories
ries theories are simple but effective and
Garden officials hope he can carry
them out on their big time televis televispd
pd televispd fight scheduleat home and on
the roadas well as he did at
smaller clubs. He was promoted to
Garden matchmaker last week aft aftPr
Pr aftPr serving as promoter-matchmaket
for the GartiAn's St. Nicholas
pena "farm club."
)' Fight Fan Himself
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-"I'm a fight fan myself." said
i3renner. "I figure the kind of
fight I'd like to see is the kind the
15uhlic wants. Usually it works."
-) There's more to setting the stage
'for an upset than matching a bum
OT an unknown against a favorite
'and hoping for the best, according
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, "I never yet made a match I
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didn't think could go either wav,"
Ile said. "Boxing styles are im im:Vortant.
:Vortant. im:Vortant. When you mix fighters
with different styles sometimes
uprising things happen."
4 One of Teddy's discoveries was
Mommy Hurricane Jackson, who
oyes considered imoossible bv most
'observers but finally. off the im imqtetus
qtetus imqtetus he gained at Eastern Park Parkway,
way, Parkway, worked himself ,into a title
fight with Floyd Patterson. anoth anoth,
, anoth, er who got his start at Eastern
i, Parkway.
;1i Hollered About Match
t"They hollered when I matched
Jackson with Dan Bucceronl,"
said Brenner. "Dan was called the
.'butcher boy' at the time, but
- Jackson knocked him out in six."
Another time, when Pappy Gault
I
was U.S. bantam champ, Brenner
,

!Orioles Can Hit
'it'ihen In A Pinch

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, BALTIMORE, Md. (ITI)--In a
- pinch, call on the Baltimore
Orioles.
f' As a team, Baltimore pinch hit hitOtrs
Otrs hitOtrs have connected safely 15 out.
Icd 33 times this season for a .455
'Average. Whitey Lockman, for formerly
merly formerly of the Giants, has been the
Ortost prodoctive with three hits in
fat' times up.

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Service Center Theatres
TONIGHT

BALBOA Air Conditioned
8:15 8:00
Robert Mitchum
Gene Barry
' "MINDER ROAD"

roc() SOLO 7:00
Stewart (5ranger
Donna Reed
THE WHOLE TRUTH4

DIABLO BIB. 7:00
Jonathon Kidd
Doris Dowling
"WINK OF AN EYE"

GAMBOA 7:00
Richard Boone
Theodore Bike'
"I BURY THE UMW'

GATUN 710 ,1
Jon Hall John Carradine
"HELL SHIP MUTINY" 1

MARGARITA 7:00
Shelley Winters
Barry Sullivan 1
"PLAYGIRL" (LIwat Run)
PARA'S() 7:06
(Double Program)
'o"The Silent Raiders" and'
'Invasion of the Saucer Menn

SANTA CRUZ pe 7:00
1 Jamie Craig
, Audrey Totter
GHOST DIVER"
In Cinema Se 0
tMP RIERD 7:011
Double Program
1 L'S CROSSROADS" an
41G.L WAR 'IRIDES"

C,OCO SOLO May 1 2
"OLD XELLER"

repher. 1160'6'..S-'

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0 glEMIEMER
brought in young Natie Br Poka
from Cleveland and Brooks scored
one of Eastern Parkway's biggest
upsets.
It was a time when television's
hungry canieras were devouring
new talent faster than it could be
developed in most arias, but Bren Brenner
ner Brenner kept 'em coming.
In addition to Patterson and
Jackson, he gave Bobo Olson his
first New Yrirk shot, showcased
such others as Gene Fullmer. To Tony
ny Tony Anthony, Pierre Lang lois, Tiger
Jones, Randy Sandy, Wallace Bud
Smith. Tiger Jones, Carlos Ortiz.
Joey Giardello, Lulu Perez and
FrPnkie R3rff--on the way up.
The only pro fight Patterson ever
lost was for Brenner when ex-light
heavy champ Joey Maxim wor a
split decision

Pacific Softball
League

BEST HITTERS
(With Averages of 300 or Bettor)
Ab R H
L. Hilzinger (A) 79 31 37 .468
J. Black (J) 114 37 43 .378
R. Nickisher (J) 80 24 30 .375
Kosik (Pl.) 90 22 31 .345
3. 110We (M.M.) 67 16 23 .345
D. Gayer ,(J) 107 39 36 .336
T. Ostrea 82. 22 27 .329
Rill Carlin (P.L.) 80 21 26 .325
Pill Gsene (MX.) 71 22 23 .324
F. mcArthurs (PL) 10 27 25 ,312
G. Tochterman (J) 77 21 24 .312
Hooper (A) 74 14 23 .311
Carratini (J) 71 22 .309
L. Jones (A) 75 38 23 .307
W. Skala (MX.) 79 111 24 .304
W. Nickisher (J) 63 18 19 .302
(Games played un to April 24 are
included)
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LEADING PITCHERS
(1 or more clocitions)
W I Ers Avo.
L. Hilzinget4 (A) 12 0 24 1.000
A. Atismus (A) 1 4 .889
R. Lobaugh (PI.) 8 1 24 .889
C. Simons (3) 8 4 38 .667
McN. Lane (P.L.) 10 7 42 .568
E. Morrell (MM.) 4 3 27 .571
C. Carratini (J) 10 9 49 .526
J. Hardin (Anil)) 2 8 70 .200
Jellobble (MAL) 2 16 113 414

Sports Briefs

CLAIMS WORLD RECORD
MELBOURNE, Australia (Uttn
Mike Agostini of Trinidad.
B.W.I. claimed a world record
for tie 130-yard dash 'Sunday
when he ran the distance in 12.2
seconds. The old record of -12.4
was 'set by the- late Chrrley Pad Paddock
dock Paddock of the ILL in 1921.
EXCHANGE FARM HANDS
CHICAGO (UPI) The San
Francisco Giants and Chicago
Cubs exchanged farm hands Sun Sunday
day Sunday with the Giants sending out outfielder
fielder outfielder Don Taussig to Fort Worth
of the American Association and
the Cubs tending pitcher Mar Marcelino
celino Marcelino Solis to Phoenix of Abe
Pacific Coast League. Tauss;g
Was with Phoenix last year, while
Solis split the season between
Fort Worth and Chicago.

--
FUNERAL'ElERVICES HELD
McKENNEY, Va. (UPI) Fu Funeral
neral Funeral services for former major
league pitcher Don Black, who
died at Akron, Phio, last Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, were held here Sunday close
by where he started his baseball
career in the old Southside
League. Black, 40, a right-hander,
pitched a no-hit, no-run game lot
the Cleveland, Indians during the
1947 American League season.

WIN ZONE MATCH
TEL AVIV Israel (UPI)
Switzerland advanced to the sec second
ond second round of the Eiroptan Zone
Davis Cup competition Sunday by
defeating Israel, 3-2.

Pirates' Murtaugh MurtaughHonored
Honored MurtaughHonored Sunday As
'58 Manager Of Year
PHILADELPHIA (UPI)--Manager
Danny Murtaugh of the
Pittsburgh Pirates was' honored
between games of Sunday's dou doubleheader
bleheader doubleheader with the Philadelphia
Phi Ili.' as 1958 manager of the
year.
nen he was tossed out of the
nightcap in the first inning for
arguing over a play at the plate,

Civiban
To Be Invited To
K Cage Tourney

Tournament Director Stewart J.
Brovm has extended an invitation
to civilian teams interested in'
participating in the annual basket,
ball tottrnament sponsored by the
Junior College Student Associa Associaton.
ton. Associaton.
One civilian team- from each
side of the Isthmus Will be elect elected
ed elected from teams indicating their
desire to take part inthe tourn tournament.
ament. tournament.
Civilian teams wishing to be
considered for an invitation must
comply with the following regula regulation:
tion: regulation: 1. All members of civilian teams
must be United States citizens.

2. Rule No. 1 as stated above
will be waivered if the individual
has successfully attended Cristo Cristobal
bal Cristobal High School, Balboa cligh
School or the Canal Zone Junior
College for one semester or more.
3. Members of the Armed Forces
may not be members of civilian
team. This rule will prevail over
Rule No. 1 regarding citizenship.
4. A roster of players, not to ex exceed
ceed exceed ten players, must be present presented
ed presented to the torunament Director
not later than May 1, 1959. In Information
formation Information given on the rost er
must include place of occupation
or dates of attendance in schools
mentioned under Rule No. 2
whichever may be pertinent.
For further information contact
the tournament (lirectoor at 2-1704.

Caliente Future Book
Makes First Landing
3-1, Derby Favorite

AGUA CALIENTE, Mexico
(UPI)--First Landing, champion
two-year-old of last year, was a
3-1 favorite for the Kentucky
Derby today in the Caliente fu future
ture future book.
Pricemaker Tony Alessi said
First Landing probably will re
main the favorite to win next
Saturday's classic until the future
book closes Thursday after the
running of the Derby Trial.
The hottest horse in the book
now is Our Dad, Alessi said. The
horse dropped from 50-1 to 8-1 fol following
lowing following his third place showing in
the Wood, Memoriad. A barrage of
bets, Inc-Ming some $10,000 in
commissions from Las Vegas,
forced Our Dad down steadily.
Tomy Lee, the California winter
champion, dropped from 8-1 to 4-1
to become the eecond choice in
the book. Sword Dancer stood at
5-1 and Silver Spoon at 6-1.

ABC Headquarters
Has To Rewrite
Record Books

ST. LOUIS (UPDThey were
tearing down the lanes and tear tearing
ing tearing up the record books today at
the American Bowling Congress
headquarters.
The 72-day meet closed Sunday
with the Pfeiffer Beers of Detroit
and their team captain, Ed Lu
banski, accounting for two all alltime
time alltime marks.
The Neiffers bowled a 3,243 to total
tal total which replaced the 3,234
scored by the Birk Brothers team
of Chicago in 1938 and which had
been the highest team total in the
56-year history of ABC tourna tournaments
ments tournaments until the Pfeiffers went on
their strike spree.
Lubanski wrote his name in the
new record book with a 2,116 all allevents
events allevents score which replaced the
previous high of 2,088 rolled by
Jim Spaulding of Louisville, Ky.,
at Fort Worth, Tex., in 1957.
Next year's ABC tournament
will b eheld in Toledo, Ohio.

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THE LONG WAY.--Se(juence' photograpili show tfie delivery techntque of Dallai
put the shot 04 feet 6,;bottering the world reeord by 10 inchea in an exhibition at the'Arizona
High School Relays in Phoenix, Long, 18, toPped the world mark In three other attempts,
exceeded 00 feet eight. times. He is a freshman at the 'University Of Southern California:

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The swimming meet hekI at the
Rainbow City pool Saturday prov proved
ed proved it tremendous success ass
could be judged by The perfor performances
mances performances of t,he many participants
who vied for supremacy. The bhow
offered a lot of airtight action
and eyelash finsishes that, kept
spectators grilled.
Stealing the show once again
was little Carlotta Clinton who e electrified
lectrified electrified the large crowd with her
dashes to victory in all the events
M which she participated. She was
rather superb in her category and
in the open 50 yd free style con con'ducted
'ducted con'ducted for girls of 'all ages. licr
speed and form earned much com commendation
mendation commendation from townsfolk.

The resultsi

25 yd. tree style,
Boys, 9 and 10 yrs.
Augustus King, Ricardo Mc Cana,
Virgilio Topping.
25 yd. free style,
Girls 9 and 10 yrs.
Cristina Rosemond, Me lida Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, Selma Morgan,

25 yd. free style.
Boys 11 yrs.
Jose Luscap, Phillip (brio, Ar Arnull
null Arnull McFarlane.:
25 yd. free style.
Girls 11 yrs.
Theresa Greaves, Rhoda Gorden,
Maria Davis.'
25 yds.,free style.
Boys 12 yrs.
Reuben Price, Clayton Osborne,
Percival Samuels.

By JOHN GRIFFIN
Me Drake Relays walloped the
Penn Relays, ,15-3, in their annual
competition for the top glamor
spot in college track and field, but
the real losers in this unofficial
"battle" of the cinder track could
be the Russians.
DRAKE RLAY SPORTS
That's because the two big re relay
lay relay earnivals, producing a com combined
bined combined amazing total of 22 aew
meet records, stressed that the
United States really is "loaded for
bear" for its dual meet against
a team of Russian stars s trhila trhiladelphia,
delphia, trhiladelphia, July 18-19.
And they also emphasized that
the U.S. will hatve its usual strong
team for the Pan American
Games at Chicago, Aug. 19-Sept.
7, and probably for the 19430 Olym Olympic
pic Olympic Games.
Traditional American itrengtb
in ,sprint rates was demonstrated
in both meets..Little Ira Murchi Murchison
son Murchison of Chicago whipped 100 yards
at the Drake Games in 9.4 see seeonds;
onds; seeonds; husky Bill Woodhouse .of
Abilene Christian College stepped
it in 9.5 at Penn.

Three Medals Apiece
The University of Texas flashed
through a 440-yard relay at the
Drake Gaves in 40.8 seconds;
Woodhouse a ne hord Abilene
Christian to 40.9 clocking at
Penn.
Sorting ;through the maze of
records set at the two zneets-43
at the Drake Games in ;Des
Moines, nine at the Penn Giunes
in Philadelphiayou tem. to two,
that, in effect,' are world record,'
because they.were in events set(
dom run outside this countrythe
480-yard shuttle hurdle rolay,and
the sprint medley, relay.
Elise Gilber atnchored Winston WinstonSalem.
Salem. WinstonSalem. Teachers' to a victory in
the shuttle hurdle relay at Penn
seeonds for an Amerkan
record. Gilbert also won the VO VOyard
yard VOyard high hurdles and 400-meter
hmtles and, like WoodhOuse who

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'ODAY o; ENCANTO .25 -15
WAHOOlt,.
'Claudette Colbert In
"THREE CAME
Jeffrey Hunter In
"COUNT FIVE AND DIE"

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25 yds. free style.
Girls 12 yrs.
Carlotta Clinton, Helen Young,
Cecilia Luscap;
25'yds. free style.
Boys 13 yrs.
Reins Ido Smith, Ricardo Smith,
Moises Ortiz.
25 yds. free' style.
' Girls 13 yrs.
Clara Hardy, Ethel Baker, Lau Laurette
rette Laurette Stephen,
25 ydp. free style
, BOB 14, yrs. N
Howard Murrel, Aurelio Toppin,
George Myers.
50 yds. free style
Boys 10, yrs.
Phillip Clarke, Augustiis King,
Virigilio Iroppin.
50 yds. free style.
Boys 11 yrs.
Reuben Price. Percival Samuels,
Walter Murrell.
50 yds, free style.
Boys 12 yrs.
Ricardo Smith, Moises Ortiz, Rel Rel.
. Rel. naldo Smith.
50 yds. free style.
Boys 13 yrs.
Howard Murrell, Aurelio Toppin,
George Myers.
50 yds. free style.
Boys 14 yrs.
Melvyn Jones Ricirdo Sayles,
Lenard Hardy.
50 yds. free style.
Girsl. (Open)
Carlotta Clinton, Helen Young,
Cristina Rosemond.
100 yds. free style.
Boys (Open).
Ricardo Bayles, Melvyn Jones,
Leonard Hardy.

Drake Relays Whip
Penn Relays 15-3

also anchored an 880-relay victory,
was a triple gold medal winner
at Penn.

The University of Illinois set a
new record of 3:17.8 forthe sprint
medley at Drake. However a key
factor in this race was th'e final
880-yard anchor leg run by a for foreigner
eigner foreigner Greorge Kerr of Jamaica,
B.W.I:

Nov Stars Emerge
Both meets displayed a mixture
of old .stars- still racing at their
peak and newcomers moving up
to challenge for the headlines. At
Drake, there waz 1958 Sullivan
Award winner Glenn Davis of
Ohio State winning the 440-yard
run hy 46.5 seconds and Dyrol
Burleson of Oregon, .a freshman,
upsetting' Hungarian star Laszlo
Tabor' by a .stride in a 4:07.7
mile. At Penn, there was world
record holder Gilbert in brilliant
form ,and Woodhouse emerging
into full stardom from the,. shad shadow
ow shadow 'of his former Abilene Chris Christian
tian Christian teammate, Bobby MOITOW
Drake's superiorit'' this, year
tovered every phase of the sport.
In track ,events, the Des Motvs
carnival was better than ,Penn in
nine races; Penn NV118 tops in two;
and one was .11 draw. In field
events,. it was Drake by a 6-1
count.
Looking at it another way,
Drake was tops in six of eight
relays,. and nine of 11 solo events
with' ont Ow.
Both ineets Were run' in good
weather. Penn had ,the larger field
and the larger crowds.

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W6 It liige..a0,Ploin
Thuricla.WiirbOt
At Patinia

Colon promoter Joe Mc Laugh Laughlib
lib Laughlib was making,arrangements to.
day to have top ranked US ban bantamweight
tamweight bantamweight Walt Ingram spar at
Ihe National Gym Thursday aft aftmoon
moon aftmoon to enablo City
boxing fans to get acquaintod
with ths visitor.
Ingram, a Philadelphia Negro,
arrived on the Isthmus Saturday
for a ten-round feature bout with
Panama bantamweight champion
Edwin Sykes at the Colon Arline
Strnday.
Ingram sparred for the first
time sine reaching hero roster rosterday
day rosterday at his Colon Arena training
camp against David Wright and,
Ernesto Reid.
Wright ard Reid will sae ac action
tion action on Sunday's card in six sixrow;clers
row;clers sixrow;clers against Cristino Var.
gas and. Antonio Gonocales, re re.spectively.
.spectively. re.spectively. General admission for Sunday's
four-bout program Is $1.25.

By HENRY L. HERVEY
. "Do
SCHOOL FOR LATIN AMERICA for pe
LEAGUE AiBROOK AIR FORCE VV. Ro
BASE, C.Z. of Ske
ing to
Well, it seems that it is going to of a yi
take time to dislodge American slowly
Supply out of first place. Last reason
week they were still there, but only nearly
by virtue of total pins. As have
said before, this league is getting Othe
real rough, and anyone night you afterni
can be real satisfied if you win 2 their
points. who b
Am'erican Supply figures, the gun gunsame
same gunsame way, they are very glad to ,,,
have taken 2 points from Crawford "Li
Agencies. The Zenith radiomen put repeat
the heat on after having lost the ,ti,Ve
first game by a substantial amount t
Ameri
of pins and even though they took
shoot
the last 2 games they werenot a- gular
ble to offset the advantage gained sions.
by the Suppliers. Taylor with a 471,
and Negron with a' 385 were the
tops for the Suppliers.. for the Zen Zenith
ith Zenith men, L'heureut with 4 436 and
Barnhart wiht a 404 were the best.
Cerveza Balboa, in second Place For
due to lack of pins, was able -to
take 3 points from Gulfpride vith
every game taking the best of ev- cha
ery player and being decided in the
last farme. For example, take the '
first game ,that the Petroleros lost JAC
by no more than 3 pins. The main W. A.
realon for the success 'of Cerveza is the
Balboa waa McComas who rolled a the to
cool 500 series. Ferreira added 390 Jack
to the total score. For the Oilmen, playinl
Hodge lett the team with a 452 se- lighted
ties and Miranda helped with a day ni
430 to salvage the second game. A tusked
Volkswagen was the only greedy the del
team in the league.- To prove it fairwa
they took Marlboro to the cleaners
for all 4 points. As usual, Burk Jack
halter led the car men to victory left al
with a 568 series and Rivera beln- right t
cd by cutting down' 427 maples. It head
looks like Marlboro didn't have a Ws- 1
The
chance. but Di Paulo and Garcia
tried their best with, a 415 and a so doe
375 series, respectively, was hi
La Mascota and Mercurio squat- t,A,1
ed off and' for the second' week in sin;
a row the haberdashers were al-
year.
most totally, beaten. As It turned
not, the Jewelers took 3 points and,
the cuatom tailors were able' o
salvage- a point. Waldron, one oft Gon
ihe jewelers who sparkled, rolled a 11 ,"
408 and Martinez a 404 for La Mali- AW
cots. Hervey bad a 447 and Gon Gonzales
zales Gonzales a 393 '
to r

Team Standings

NationaT League 3... -,
Teams.' W PCi;I: GS
Les ,Angelas, "."5.';'., 10
Milwaukee -7 '4i: .f'435t1
San Francisco I 4011
Cincinnati .7 ...$311!1'
Chicago .; p 400 .212
Philadelphia S," 7 7.417 .312
Pittsburgh '; 2:: S' I 4 '-',
St, Louis 11 '';".2.67
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Today g Gameg
S. Francisco at 'Philadelphia' (N)
St.,Louts at Cincinnati (N);,-
Chicago at MilWaukce
' Only, gamis 'scheduled
- ? (Night Game) PA--
too Angeles -, 500 110 200.4,11..0
Pittsbufgh 000 (101 0020-3,.. 3
Dryadale (3-1) and Pignatano.
Witt (o-ah Blackburo,.; Giel,
Green.; Gross and 13utgesid
,
, San Fralleitie0 Ai
(Postponed. rall1) :

, Chicago at Milwaukee-,
(Postponed,-taiu)

Cristobal ". 4
' Bill Conningham prosident
the Isthmian- Trapshooting 'As-.
sociation, AinflOttliCat in Balboa,
that arrangements have been
mods to combine to Cristobal
Gun Club's British-Amorkan
TabactO Company trophy, shoot
witha 7S-bird shoot sponsored by
his organization, to start at 10:30
a.M., May 3, and to Consist ot
25-targots eh in throe events,,,
16-yard, handicap and ,,doubles.
An 1TA prizo will bo awerded the'
winnor in sach vont,. Amid 'tip',
over-all high gun

Shotgunning, over the Cristo al
Gun,Club traps took a turn for thi
better at last -Wednesday after afternoon's
noon's afternoon's practice, Bill Brandle,core,
ing up to form-with only one plias,'
"Noboy" Keller losing 'Only.. two.
R. C.,,Casanova dropped,to a Score
of 21, but redeemed himself at
Doublei with a highly respectable
123. Art Sutton also scored, on M.
s "Doc" Moore rilaped reward
for perseverance, and tied with W.
VV. Rowland at the top of the heap
of Skeet shootera, breakage amou
ing to 22 each,"Doc,1,1 still linOrt
id a year's experiencee progressed
slowly but ;teeny, and he can now
reasonably expect to go over 20
nearly every time out.
Other Skeeter', on the reported
ifternoon were unaecotmtably off
their stride 'except for Joe Kueter,
who broke 18 with Ms OA gaute
,
,
Walter Johnston, range master,
repeated his invitation fot Prospec Prospectitre
titre Prospectitre participants in Abe C. Z. State
Shoot to also loin in the British BritishAmerican
American BritishAmerican Tobatco i Co. Trophy
shoot on May 3, as vieli as the re regular
gular regular Wednesday afternoon. ses sessions.
sions. sessions. ,

Nine iron Bsittul),,
For Rough Or Killing
Charging Wild Boar

JACKSONVILLE, Mt; (UPI).
IV. A. Jackson says ther nine irpn
is the best club for coming out of
the rough-f-or killing a wild boar.
Jackson and Dan Ripley,. were
playing the fourth hole of the
lighted par three golf course Sun Sunday
day Sunday night when a 200-pountla RharP
tusked hog ,calne charging ,otit of
the deep, rough at the ,rightwor the
fairway. ,t , ",
"-. 04e
Jackson kept hii head low,. his
left arna straight, pivoted from
right to left, and slammed the club
head right 2,',between :.the ;hoar's
eyes. It was, a deadly shot.
The 29year-old Jackson; rho
so does a (little bnting, ',, said it
was his first wd -boar. '',,',"
k, And it wai ihe firati"boit-hvbno"
since the course opened ,-0 last
year. , 10-'$ "', a

, Won Lest CLEVELAND,..'01110',,(UTI)--If
American' Supply 20 .12 ,' there wre 'any doubt ;bout Ricto
Cerveza Ea Ibpo I., 20 ,k 12 ard rfancho) Gentales', ability', to
Volkswagen 174:1412 beat Aussie Lew Hoada'ilitY, vferl
La Mascota;;;...',., ,',, 17 ',' 16 t gone ,pday. t )1-.6
Gulfpride 1612 1512 ',, .7 "01', f ":d
Crawford"),'Agencies ,,14 ,16 The' brenzed,Californien''iVatied
,
Mercurio "Tewelerr. 13 19 oft ',lib his seventh straight world
Marlboro '' 110' '22 pre, tennis crown and,42,100
) , prize, money. here, Sunday with ,e
CHIOAGO SCOUT DIES.,,xt',,; convincing ;victory) over former
s CHICAGO (UPI,,Doug Minor, Davis Cupper lioad','in ,',;.straight
61, Chica,go White Sox scout,who sets, 64,1-2, and 64--
signed such. major league players ),"I guess just wasted.ti Prove
as, DOW' Kolloway,,Orval Grove, Myself and to itiow, that, I could
Sammy Esposito, Ale Grammes beat' Hoed," was the way ,'Cron ,'Cronand
and ,'Cronand Huss Meyer, died here Satur za.les explained it as ,ho.aetopted
day 'night ol, a boort imbue tho title oup,

TVESDAY,-APRIL 2S, 11121,
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Chico pi .643 1'
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Boston .462 :
litrashinsitt0':.:',';..'.; IV 1 'r..420, 4 7 :
CIOtrejt 1 12 .077 't
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2 :i7Tiocliy s Games :
New ;Yielc at Chicago --(N)
'''.1NasIdngton' at Kallgall CitYs4N1
,' Boston., at -Cleveland .(N) A
BalOthOrcat.'Petrolt,,(N),Z,:,
4: ; :
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No. games sched.tded:

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Aaroh, Mil. 12 52 11 28 .500
Burgess,,Pitts. 12 34 5 15 .441 :4
Brtiton, Mil. 10 39 1 15 .385 0.4
Alou, 13 53 20 177, ,7,-.7.17Z
Jones,. Phil 12 38' 7 14 .368
Templd, Cinci. ,13 56 10 20 '-.357
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SWINGING THS SLUES-.-A pair Of 15-pin5iii'd Aluifish.
make a nof-hard-to4alte burden for pitim at
Hatteras; Anglers are hoping for a repeat of last yeart'when
large schools of the-whoppers hit the North Carolina- coast
tor the first time since- the iddle 1930's. They are running..

' .e big league Playert gave e
to J. Norman 'Lewis, author.
,n baseball law, not because
New :Yorker put too : Mgr, a
e on his legal servioes, but.he but.hee
e but.hee he put too low a value on
mental capacity..
wis made 'some Moves. that
us in ana tmfavorable
of the more respbnsible mem memof
of memof the players lodge Iold this
rtment yesterda. 4"rhe moves
r e- not altogether', witheut
it, but we thought they were
ed imprudently chd too, true,-
nty.'
ben the gentletitt Was Made
re of our dissatisfaction,
ude seemedto beth'at it was
ast of time to consult- tbe full
phership,. atut indteateiVitak
,?ally, that mOst ballplakers
,'t able to think tor themselfes
t's impleaant, enough
d rock heads by the customers,
the press bor. That's-- some someg
g someg we have--to ,take. But. swe
't have to take .it from- a 4, guy
hiredto represent us,. ad we
ded, we' could- get ',along With Withhim.
him. Withhim. And don't blame it-a1t on
Roberta i';(Philliesi :Peicher
aggressive' club, represeAta represeAta).
). represeAta). 'Vic-Note against Lewis was
t 13 to 3."', s.
some circles, the players,-
a breed, historically. parsimo parsimo,
, parsimo, s. have been accused of
pin.g lor economical
,ons after theY had gotten 4.1'
wanetd from the club owners.
s is hard to buy. As in all labor
&gement relations, the play,.
position is necessarily fluid
therefore subject to changing
tions.
revised meth, o eu
i the owner sprovide ',.for the
tral office through which future
vanees 'Will be processed. A.
professional, with suitable
kground, is to ,,he' appointed Iv
e as liaison "and anytime
need a lawyer we'll hire one,"
rmed our ,suorce. 41This isn't a
h-penny program,
11 probably wind. uP spending
h more than, we paid Lewis."
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Unemployment Agency.. ,
a week or so, the players
have decided Whether to we wete
te wete (the Madison Ave., lnfluenc
program immedlitely, be wait
next year. The full member.,
p is now being.polled. beide:

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tally, the central office Would also
:unction as an unemploment a a3encyz
3encyz a3encyz An), '
"For winter jobs-only," our call
dressed. "Some 90-percent of the
players, by thoice, or otherwise,'
are idle froin' Oztober tolliarch, a
void you'll find in few other sports.
The football'pros :do. a good job in
this respect.. With' -opportunitY:1
there s incentive.' We 'want to dis-,1
courage the nation that Abe' off
season is for loafing,A ballplayer's
,career'is too short for that sort of
luxury," ,
The' thotight oecurred that the
players ''were deliberately 'setting
out to, Prove' to Lewis 1 that the
ivory- content Of their skulls 'was
not of sttch' inipenetrable, density
,tts to -preelltde anYyterebeic eom eompetence
petence eompetence beyond-the eomPrtheosion
of comic strips.:
0..."Listen," the veteran- star co cotedtA,
tedtA, cotedtA, soberly? "our criticism, of,
4fewis is :personal) 'not profesetio profesetionaL
naL profesetionaL In his field,'there is'oone bet
ter. 'The trouble' was, a -point had
been reachedwhere he appeared
to have lest respect for us as peo people,'
ple,' people,' t,han we had for 'him as our
counselor.!' A
This would,', see ehallenge
the popular-Opinion that"; the', only
sensitive area the ballplayer knowS
is that in yvhich hit bank roU

' Three Raps on Lewis,
- 'lust- how 'had barrister Lewis t
"put the players in ,an. unfavora unfavorable
ble unfavorable light". 7 Our man k' charged
three instances, -(1) kti unclear
presentation of a Congressional. re reoennnendttion,'
oennnendttion,' reoennnendttion,' tightening base- I
ball control, which they indoi sed,
then repudiated, (2) A demand
that the owners share,their reve revebueg,
bueg, revebueg, not submitted for full mem membership
bership membership approval, (3) A, threat to
strike the International League on
the issue of pensions.,
'''"When the Cubs 'owner (yhil
Wrigley) volunteered to show his s
books, our representative out there :
wouldn't even look, at thent,',1' re.
minded the' sPeaker, "that showi
how little support, the,mov,e had. i
And 'the fact, that e quicklY, back- ;
led away 'from the Congreesidual
thing,', once its implications y,ere
fully understook apealta for itself.r 1
As for the strike threat ,.
"While it concerned only in base. I
ball, We resent being pictured to
the public as 'a lot of stront arm
Jimmy Holfas." -,": ,1

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VOLITH tOWLthere ire on kituis bt Bowl game 'but tet
this Hamilton Ontario, kid., ges the Youth Bowl.', Eli name 4
Johrhy Holota and hes' trito-Pitd-a2half years old. Dig the ,,
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The Green'beyils of Junior ,Col. I
lege picked up their third straight
victory of the tcOrtent campaign
last night as they liovnted a fired.
up Bulldog aggregation,. t)-,
1 4 r z, s
College 'led most of the 'game 'gamew
w 'gamew ith a cOmfortabld 1 margin of
from ten to twelve points: By quar quarters
ters quarters the score ran in this manner:
1st.- J.C. 17. HMS. I.1; halftime
score 32 to :.C.'s favor and
third nuarter the Devils lead by 42
to 39.:, Tt was in that treacherous
third quatrer thit'4itade the Col.
elge kids realize they were meet.
ing a, capable opponent as the,
were outscored by the High School
athletes to the tune of eighteen to
ten. f, L. 4

With minutes remainin In the
final stanza the High School went
athead for the first time 54 to 53
with but seven seconds remaining
to be played.. At this trucial mo moment
ment moment an overzealous Balboa boy
fouled Gary Alexander andthen
proeeeded to flareup at the official,
costing his team a technical foul.
Gary promptly collectod the three
points, and that' Was the 'old -ball
Islo one realizes better, than the
Green and White boys how fortun fortunate
ate fortunate they vvere in last might's en enocunter.
ocunter. enocunter. It is hoped by their loy loyal
al loyal fans and followers that they will
trait by the experience and in the
future will be more ,cautious in
their ball handlhut and more re respectftd
spectftd respectftd of their opponents. ,
Alexander led, the Devil attack
with twenty-five points. fifteen of
them from the foul-line. Little
brother Don followed with sixteen.
Kirkland led the Bulldog scorers
with H. Ness and 'Cunningham
helped with 13 and.12 respectively.

Yhe hox score;
JUnToi ,Collogo fg 'ft pf tot
'Gibson, B. .. 1 O. 3, 2
Alexander, D. 6 4 9.16
Alexander, G. 5 15 4 25
Mnad, R. 2 3 4 7
Sourlocki B. ., ,2-1 .8
Trimble, G.
Burch, G.,
Whitman, Jack
Whitman, John, '-
Oakley,.R. i,;
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:,,,''rotals ritrAt 1;041

Balboa High
Kirldand, L. T 2 4 16
Stromberg, R. 1 1 3 3
Morris. J. 3 0 5 '8
Ness. G. 5 4 13,
runningbams T. 4 4 1 12
French. r, 0 2 1 2
uromble, ATT.
nngelke,' W.
Adams.
1,atak, D.
Pajak; D. 1' 0 4 2
,.
Totals 21 12 24 54

Bud Balcer Again
'Bowler-Of-Year'

Bud Ba leer was again selected
by his fellow bowlers as the "bowler-Of-the-year."
Thie is the second year in a row
that this mative of Iowa has been
so honored. On the All-Isthmian
quintet with Ba leer were Mac
Laneo -Pepe Damian, Harry Col Colbert
bert Colbert and tied for the fifth slot
were Ted Melanson and Ed Run RunOn
On RunOn the first team. besities Bai Baiter,
ter, Baiter, ,Damian from Panama City
was, the only repeater from last
year, Lane, who got one more
vote than Pepe in the balloting.
was one of the most improved
bowlers in this locality:-
: Barry Colbert also is making hia
first apnearance on the "all'
team. Ed Kunkel, who was na named
med named to the 1958 secon team.
climbed to the first squad tied
ith Ted Melanson who came out
'of retirement to dowl actively this
season.' ')
14wo of the last year members;
of the "all' team have denarted
frln the Isthmus, namely Bill
Coffey snd Carmen' Canto. Earl
Best. who has cut down on his
bowling; activities this season, wss
On fifth man on Dist year's sous&
On the second team,. two from
last year's second best repeated
on the 1950 selection Jists-4.Bob
Toland and Rollie .Gleichmen
who are' joined by Earl Best, Dick
Soyster and Art Graben" to make
up the, runnerup five,
Honore e mention tilt' Don Ru Rudy,
dy, Rudy, Ray Dube, ,Del Charters and
Phil Vescib.
Balctr this only, one who
sppeared on every list submitted.

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' 7 HEAD STARTScrumming Rugby players got off to a head start and stayed that way in
- the International Championship final at Hamilton. The Bermuda Athletic Association team
in ,the black uniforms WW1 the title by -defeating the Royal Canadian NalrY side. 8-3.
moeeg.

By LLOYD BEETO JOSEPH and sent Malcolm to climb the
, scoreboard for his high liner.
Final Series Three runners reached base for
Dipal 8 2 600 the Sportsmen in Alto fourth with withMattricio
Mattricio withMattricio 2 3 400 out an out but,Ausmus was having
none of that. Hilzinger singled
Carlos tCalibum) Holligan con- past short. Lopet bunted safely
lected his second grand-slam down the first base' line. Malcolm
homer of the series and Dipal also bunted, safely to load the
copped the Panama Major Soft- sacks. Menendez went out on a
ball League title yesterday by vir- short fly to right. Brathwaite fan.
tue of their 6 to 2 win over Mau- ned, and Castillo forced Malcolm
ricicr before a capacity crowd at at second. For this bit, of work
1Santa Rita. AMMO received a loud' ovatiod
from the enthusiastic crowd at the
Mauricio played Al Ausmus for end of the frame.
ten ,hits but his effectiveness in
the clutches was too much for Dipal burst the game wide open
them to overcome. He went on to in the sixth, Hilzinger kit leadoff
register his third triumph in four man Chester DeSouza, walked
series starts. Lew Hilzingcr Flores and Reyes, went behind on
pitched great ball for five innings, "Calibum" Holligan three,and got
giving up one hit during that time over a strike and saw the next
Ind weakened in the sixth and lost pitch sail over the left field wall.
s third in five encounters, Dip a I was not throtigh yet.
' "Bide" Lopez' bunt single an in. Ausmus flied to center. Jules
field out, Ausmus' wild pitch and walked. Trotman flied to second,
"Palma Coco" Brathwaite's two Renton singled to right and when
out- single Jim $(9COrl gave Rrathwaite bobbled, Jules. !tented
Medici dne run' lead'which andRemon moved to second. Cor Corthey?
they? Corthey? held until the sixth. lt was doba beat out an infield bingle
in this same inninu that Brath- sending Itemon to third from
wait. made his sensational diving where her, scored .the final tally
catch of Ausmus bid for extra On g wild pitch.
bases.. The lanky veteran threw
himself' down, somersaulted and Mauricio fought beck in the
with hands. outstreched over his seventh. "Monebin, Vives got his
head snared Ausmust sinking lin-, second pinch hit assignment and
er to preserve Hilzinger's tempo- CaTtle through with another single.
rary no hitter. The gang gave him Franklyn flied to left. Linde
a standing ovation, a fitting tri- forced Vives at second. Aikman
bute for a great plaY, singled sharply to left, HilyingPr
"rive" Reyes took care of the singled-to centers scoring Ltodo
no hitter in the fourth by. lining a but Lopez was caught looking at
single to right Holligan followed a third strike to end the game.

Grandslam flomer

ives Dipal Softball

Crown

The box score:
Mauricio AbRHPAI
Franklyn 11 4 0 1 1 0 0
Lindo 3b 3 0 1 1 1 0
Alkman ss 401030
Hilzinger p 402021
Lopez -c 412400
Malcolm cf 3 0 1 3 0 0
Menendez 2b 2 0 0 3 0 0
Brathwaite rf 3 0 1 r 0 1
Castillo lb 2 0 0 5 1 0
Vives 101000
Total 30 10 IS 7 2,
, ,
Dips! AbRHPAE
DeSouza ss 310230
Florez lb 210400
Reyes rf 2 1 1 1 0 0
Holligan c 311620
AusInus p 2 0, 0 1 1 0
Jules lf 2 1 0 2 0 0
Trotman 2b 3 0 0 1 0
Remon cf S 1 1 0 1 0
Cordoba 3b 201000
Totals 22 6 4 21 1 0
Singled for Castillo in the se seventh.
venth. seventh. Mauricio ;11,1 0 0 0,0,1-2,10 2
Dipal 0 0 0 '0 0 6 )C-6 4- 0
Runs Batted In: Holligan 4,
Hilzinger, Brathwaite, Cordoba.
Home Run: Holligan. Stolen Ba Base:
se: Base: Linde. DeSouza, Florez. Sa Sacrifice
crifice Sacrifice Hit: Cordoba. Hit By
Pitcb: DeSouza by Hilzioger. Pas Passed
sed Passed Ball: Lopez, Bases On .13alls:
Off Ausmus 2; Off Hilzinger 4.
Struck Out: BY, Ausnius 6: By
T-Tilzinger 4. Wild Pitch: Hilzinger
2; Ausmus 1. Earned Runs: Dipal
5, Mauricio 2. Umpires: Matheny,
Cumberbatch, Pormechea Austin
And Borrows. Time of game: '11
hr. 23 mins.

.
Ito linclo Crux was the only jock jockey
ey jockey suspended over the weekend at
the President RenlOn racetrack. He
was set down eight meets for cross crossing
ing crossing Constantino and Horacio :with
Informal in Sunday's tenth race.,
Ca Girl wa's scratched and' sus suspended
pended suspended for 14 days when she WU
found to be suffering, from lore
shins before Saturday's ,third. race.
The veterinarian also ordered
Festival scratched from the sev seventh
enth seventh race On Saturday and placed
under his observation for 15 days.
, A half dozen tem mid threeyear-old
'imported fillies were en enrod
rod enrod fer $2.000 eickti oven flit.
long Enrique de al Guardia Clas Classic
sic Classic which will be run on Mao ty.
Hermelina, Plucky,'Golden Reset
Nebrisca. Miss Brunette and Min Minuela
uela Minuela Pedro& are the fillies enter entered
ed entered for the annual feature.
--o0o
The Spanish language daily Cri Critics
tics Critics was the winner of. the tipsters'
contest for the month 0f, Ana, La
Nor WAS second, ten 'points -behind
the winner and one point a ahead
head ahead of third place Aprontst
Critica's selector nicked tin $25
for first place, La Hora's Mister
got $10 and Aprontes collected, 55.
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Bettors wagered $110,121 on the
races over the 'weetend. Titer bet
50.412 on ',Saturday and pushed
$59,709 through the pari-mtituels
windows on Sunday.
--o0o '
Argentini thoreughbeeds Bob and
Liberator arrived from Lima, Pe Peru
ru Peru last Saturday evening. Bob, a
three-year,old, has been' scratched
from the President'i
Liberator,: reoortedly bought,' at--
an attrition ,sale by frecit nientwo
she 'Pablo A. Mayor for (mar $S..
000 and resold to .44 (Tito)
-ton, is a real good one. He holds,
a mete of close deciiions over
His Majesty. '
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leading jockey Braulio ,Baeza de despite
spite despite being suspended, completed
his penalty and wM return to ac action
tion action this weekend. Credidio will
probably be aboard the Tclassy His
Majesty in Sunday's $13.000 added
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frelvt .the Isthmus, namely Bill ,,, sm. ,' 4,,,4.;......4. oceanic flightc flightcCoffey
Coffey flightcCoffey slid Carmen' Cinch). Earl lor this reason 25 million passengers ave This is what you WI EXPERIENCE! It goes
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Best, who has eut down on his , : ade pan Amerinan the cf their
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fifth man .0 lst yeatos sous& ;?j,e? Choice... lat year alone 3 million-people r
with you every time you' fly by Clipper.
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travelled via Pin American. Ws the princi:pal, reaaouyau can always
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?.oz,, the 1950 selection ,,,lists-4,Bob det)encl on t'sh Am t, take' you on a care care1500
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4, Hatteras; Anglers are hoping for a repeat of last yearywhen '', proeeeded to flareup at the official, .. .. 4p
, large schools of Ihe whoppers hit the North Carolina- coast costing his team a technical foul.
tor the first time since- the roiddle 1930's. They are runnin Gov promptly collectAd the three 0' stgans Grctndslam Home
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Foster cottages. between Santa
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Moo. Phone 1866.
PHILLIPS Oceaosis Cottages
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FOR RENT: Furnished chalet,
minimum contract one year;
three bedrooms, one air-condiNone&
Two bathrooms, hot
water, automatic washing ina-,
chine, limit!' El Cangreio. Phone
3-6070.
VACATION HOUSE in La Cres Crests
ts Crests all rooms air conditioned.
From May 5th to July 5th.
Wonderful view grounds, etc.
Call 3-11111 before 8 :00 a.m.
or after 5:00 p.m. For right
couple only.
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POR RENT: Furnished Pent Penthouse
house Penthouse bedroom, 3 bath room,
employer room, air conditioned.
Ave. lusts Arosemena 31-44.
ICommercial Sites I
FOR RENT: Professional or
commercial office,,Asn ground floor
Edificio Urraci. corner Aye. Bal Balboa
boa Balboa and Federico Boyd, 82 square
meters, 8125.00. Call Panama
3-7038.
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FOR RENT: Commercial
spaceground floor) across from
the Assembly Building on L
Street No. 3, next to All Amer Amerkart
kart Amerkart Cables. Cucalon & Co.,
Relator. Phone 3-3330.
FOR RENT: Large and mo mo-
- mo- dern loales in Ricardo Arias
r Street "Luz" Building,, $75.00
, and $60.00 Tel. 3-4994.
FOR HIRE: Space for office
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er warehouse. Call Pinturas 1st 1stmass.
mass. 1stmass. Talc 2-144 and 2-0857.
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water, automatic wasneml I --- -""' I 3-5249. 1 nem len Di? may 113111 Sib. i
L ti r noimBreile Phone I Apt. 2 Calle Darien No. 14-21 7-1CIA i FOR SALE: Two uphektet II Lessons ti irow-th stuck with a mhlimum of

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., iFhr-y-sTer- 7,77-7,-- : Eili:
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sy and the e 1-0319 during office hours or
FOR SALE: .--. Frigidaire, radii. TAP BALLET TOE speculation:. as You hail 2111-":,,ne ,Cities Servies ':::'.;' .. Illtela'::
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Call 3-11111 before 8 :00 a.m. FOR SALE: Photo equipment, Balboa '2914 evenings. ..
record player,Ared, inner-sprine ACROBATIC & CHARACTER low-priced oil stock., ",,' ,i. ,,,, ''.,;-...,- ' Co tal Catriba ' .- :1
. or atter 5:00 p.m. For right
FOR RENT: Modem 2 bed- 2 year old pedigree boxer male.
Tel. 3-6526. FOR SALE: 1956 4-tfoor ,., ,2 wida, ,,.
mattress, upholstered chalr,s,- June, July IP Amway AS ,:t is,, you BM 40 ..,..- ,e : Colgate' Palmolive-. .., 124 '
Registration ,dates ta la .,, epread 'from A.T. J aid ,,T.',.- t 'On .,. creole pet ', ,, -. .' tote '.'
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',''' Crown Cork ; and Seal 31 ;
room apartment. large dining
SPETON SPETON SPETON tPielYnl",guotohd"t6ires" "1$1711106014.00711Cadili blind, miecellinaus. Balboa
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.' POR RENT: Furnished Pent- and leaving room, maid's room. 1309. ,, , 440 .that 1 rcee't figure. out 'which 'whichkeen
keen 'whichkeen )1 bedroom, 3 bath room, Campo Alegre. Phone 3-0702. A new efficient product. Ask Ft. Gulick 561 Qtrs. 539-A. , way,:jou're headed. ", ., .,,,......,-, ,..t: cube., yene, ratan oil (riiii
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employer room, air conditioned. reliable drug stores. '
ligious LectUre I - Animals ,,
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FOR SALE: 19'50 Pongee I Re Mean the newly issued nivel--
' El Paso Natural,,ae ,. 9414
Ave. Into Arosemena 31-44.
FOR RENT: Furnished apart- FOR SALE: Leits valory en- $300.00, C.Z. Inspection 0420
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sal-.011: Products. I consider that laairclUld Ingin0 ' 1' '-' 914 '
ment living room, dining room, larger with lens and easel, B. Ancon, phone 2-3651. At YMCA Features ----- Fargo Oil '' Ste
k a pretty sound purchase for -Your '- '
bedroom, kitchen, bathroom, $150.00; Necchi Supernova
FOR SALE: '- Cocker Spaniel Iselment Pet ', 'SA.'
Commercial Sites $65.00. Francisco Files Street sewing machine in blonde con- FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth PurPose but 1 can't see dipping
El"Paso' Natural tlu 104
No. 27, Vista Hermosa. Phone sole cabinet, with all attach- 4-doer sedan, excellent condi- Dean Peterson pepeles, male, blonde or black.. down to $2 -and 13 :etocks. ... ,.-. -
-Phone Navy 37442 :
It seems to me that .whett 4 GeneraVDenamics 59 ,
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3-5016 and 3-0652. mats, $350.00. Phone Pan. tion, must sell immediately will ', group of individuals get:together General Electde $2;4' l
' FOR RENT: Professional or
3-7813. sacrifice. Call 84-4257 er 84- The fourth lecture in the serv- ,,
in an Investment club tbey ought Gerers1 PlYWC$14 23 ''
Guilt:Oil
, commercial office,(on ground floor 3291. ice ,"The God We Worship' will
Sp' ecinI,Offer '. toi stiek to ,2quahty--quality in in inFOR
FOR inFOR RENT: Modern Duplex 116b '11 ,:
(Glick lima. corner Ave. Bal- FOR SALE: 21" RCA. TV be held et the Balboa YMCA
two bedroom, hot water, Cam- Harsco,Steed
- , ,' weehmateereeer kths'ela,lgorael:wth' mayin. belaf.et7' 'HaYden IslawPart f 42111 ''' ''' .'
boa and Federico Boyd, 82 square 590.00 0420 B. Ancon FOR SALE: ., 1957121 months USO 9n Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
meters, 5125.00. Call Panama Po Alegre, RiCardo Arias Street. phone 2-3651. old) 2-door Ford Station Wagon, The subject is entitled "Ex "Ex.
. "Ex. Tels. 2-2341 and 3-3379. Imperial Oil
Del Rio. model, white and blue pending Ideas of the Kingdom of WANTED: ----- Captain for barge Onee you start taking,: wild ,', f 43 r .,
3-7038.
38b
.. FOR SALE: Farm 312 f8. stYletene Paint, V-8 Thunder. Utley and the speaker will be L C.' M. costal trade, mechan. chances furdess the club was- set :1. Inw-,..r.,
et ,,,, .. ,
FOR RENT: Commercial high for Carport 3 gates bird engine, standerd gear shift, Dean Mainert J. Peterson of the kal,ability required. 'Salary and u,p with that eapecial. purpose ki -..14111,Inardem :.; 39 l'
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specoground floor) across from SERVICES Tel. 25-3108 after 3:30. radio, 2 rear view mirrors, 4 Cathedral of St. Luke. This, series percentage. Apply Bate Pan- mind) you are asking for touble. ,:man ) i
15 '
New Ent i'el end Tel 178
' the Assembly Building on L new tires. Excellent condition. is designated to :show how God is ama Coconut Cc,- Peeing
also -show you' a loss but there is. i.;,..rp i.;,..rp1
1 i.;,..rp1 ,A, quality -stock elm' isit- courae, -, x - A.h.
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Street No. 3, next to All Amer- 51750.00. Soo until 5 p.m. 5en- revealed though the history ef a 6852.....
alwaya a' gotid likelihood ,it ,,,tvill lin Mathieson 184 --
49t4
icon Cables. Cucalon & Co., TELEVISION SERVICE WANTED 1 day and 1 0-12 on week day. people. i
Relator. Phone 3-3330. TV, Radios, Hi-F1 Transitors .: :.
., 7,Murellilt,
. House 2352-A, Owen Strut, The lectures are free and- open -:' ,', e .2,, , : ,,- TOMS beck in Crie,'.:But once' you- '', .1:Palt;oasial : 614 -'
' S d '''-- start otitright gambling you're'. '.,,,P. all .... '' ',,'
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- specialist. We service all makes Balboa (Flats). to the public '.'' Engineers ociely , Israel : ,
' : FOR RENT: Large and mo- 1 g 1 to II th 'ParnaPac Call
eavm yourse ves open a e i; 1
ane modals. We don't pretend to WANTED: job ter reliable
. , .. ,, ,i,,, ,,, ,, recwithrioiriestiont.mosrtem'whicchrgextLera,,4,,11,Y. go ',,,....'Phalli-Pa.' P,at--,-,-
- '1'1' dern loales in Riardo Arias
SO :.
. guarantee our work. We guar- maid, honest, hard working.
,ir Street "Lui" Building,, $75.00
Mitchell Would
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ante it. Has worked for me for past
and $60.00 Tel. 3-4994. CRAWFORD AGENCIES, Tivoli eleven 'years. Dorese Waites T N a a m b b p e a d E W x-i M th in S i o s n ter
T o See Facilities .''' ea
let Also, 'once yott get Yout latte; ''' "A ' ,
., . 'al tion fee risvested, you ought -to Reynolds Metal 11714b '
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Royal Dutch :Shell ,. 44
Ave. 18-20. Tel. 2-1905. 2-2363.
Amend Labor BM
FOR HIRE: Space for office ----,--.
settle down to a regular onee-a.(-4'
- or warehouse. Call Pinturas 1st- TV SERVICES Will a up to $500 for good Of Kodak laboijalory month purchase. Don't try to gueu San -Jacinth InaAn.
' Shell Trensp 18
the market by- buying at irregular
man. Tels. 2-144 and 2-0857. For 1-tter Home Service.' Always car. HPaYrvey, ohne 3-5568. In Store Burglary
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Rely on On Union Pkkeh'ng signal, Chl and Gas 37
, Wiffi Smith Wins U.S. TELEVISION.
Phone 3-7607 Panami. Service WANTED: Shrimp Boat
Carpenters. Deco Marine. End e TAMPA (UPD-A 41-year old .. The Kodak La'borittories at Pal- intervals' ' '' : '.' ., ninclair me 63 ''
- OtlY. oto ,, ID45
ex-minister, who said he turned tilla,, Will be hostfor the Society 0 vim r --le .,,,,,,' --eel ite 11
, from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 Doo of 4th St. San Francisco. Tel. to crime a r a di
-Standard ,011'-N.T 31,4
' 3-2639. fte vorce from his of Americab Military Engineers li.s..t of 1-..avInou,gs,famiaseloasenans pamwein ag : sperm, oiend : ., r
WASHINGTON (UPI) Secre- first wile, was sentenced to five at their next monthly meeting en
- Betsy Rawls Tourney Protect your hems ind Proper.
ty against Insect d a m g o ,., .,,, ., tarY of Labor James P. Mitchell ,eere. .m prison- yesterday ,for May 11 at 5. p.m. allt9Thelegrhel. rrer ,een6:6flent .,Pe,mrolisr,sunt.avr2.. '',,,sterling.tre' testes 41A1
i ,'0,,,,p ,,' : i said today he hopes the Heim' grandlatienY, ,
,, : ,' The meeting will be held at the-
Prompt scientifit treatment on will write two key ad,ministration ,nyrd A Geiger plesded. guilty labbratory- and will consist of a IMO 'antilans ,P101 in tha ttlre' a '',6,0,-,-tuderbtorak3116kard 121A
- 1950
' SPARTANBURG, S.C. (UPI)- emergency or monthly budget Ray Rolinson Tille proposals into the labor reforni ta At.,string. of 13 breaking, end en- joimat the recently-completed Pa- ''; to;',fOur,7.0e,8-,;. tent rangeo4And 't.Frcie,!. prod' .. 31.
bill just passed by the Senate. '. :' tering incidents. Hie preset&tvile'-estna color film processing and lour ;Per;eent,' la -talkilighlallr York .,- trl !,J11, t
Championships in the Peach Bias basis. Telephone Pronto Servke,
P1'4
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som-Betsy Rawls golf tournament Panama 3-7977 of Colon 1777. 3-,'. a '' aw- United' Cann,' OR 'Illis
Mitchell said he felt the bill Elizabeth, was also cenvi'cticiAmodern' plant processes Kodach. tan-lel-4, . '1 r key' kn "Iy4til '' "'"1"1"w ..
come in pairs and the record- Defense In normal would be strengthened by inclu- one of the eases and i.efened. to roma 8 and 16 mm movie film and Protection, by the Federal Selma
- UR Aubben... S8
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breaking performance by husky sion of tighter restrictions ,on a pre-sentence investigation,- : 35 311111 transparencies, not ...only end -1,011VInsuranee:,Corp.: ::!2t .,,,,,,,,,,... ,. terb.
, Wiffi Smith this past meek, end P e r so n,aI s- , picketing four Orkin organizational '.-Geigert who formerly War 'eel; 'for,,,,,Paname andelhe-Canal, Zone l' i''',0t'.4,..:...9'fr''','"":,-1... ..:., .,, ii;41,17,011", In" rIk.'.Nd,, 1
' was no exception. Stale Of Confusion purposes land on secondar bey', Societe' pastor, of First MetlintgfjIlyitt,loit sle of :Ceittrel,, end South l' .441. 4' linedionvideiriMereetett.f.ni ,lwiethor-", steel goil
' , cons., The version passed by the Church, was arrested along with'' Ametica.., '' '' ,, Ineohle .11aVe beeit4hinkint?of -7,,, i,., r ,
.
r- Fergl'''n'',f,',1, cioa re' '1 i
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,, .' After turning in sub-par rounds ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS NEW YORK (UP)I Sugar Senate bY a 90-1 vote Saturday his 16-year-old son last week while ".. '' '' .' ''' -, -0 Union, Eleetrice 'We that'-5he
Ray Robinson's negotiations for a did not include such provisions, burglarizing it sundries store, po-' ., 10.1lia .W Bakeryn"agear4 haes safe,
- of 68 and 70 in the 54-hole 16,000 DRAWER "A" DIABLO 6..
.', tournament, Miss Smitb wouna up BOX 1111. CRISTOBAL, C-2. defense of his middleweight crown It Id. make-en ideaf Ile
-,,, '' with a one-over par 73 Sunday PHONE BALBOA 3709 tO o ration for the t i y ' ,
lice said. the youth was turned made arrangemen s to h th wou 4 ,, ...
against Carmen Basilic) attained Mitchell made his first public', ever to juvenile authorities, labore II in Pe ves men for. ote, ,
members to .. .,--'-;1 .', -, ,, ,
DOMMO Club Has'
r, over the Spartanburg Country a status of normal tonfusion to- commeet on the bill in testimony The ex-preacher' said -'he eom- meeting. to enable
' Club course which was swept by day because: before a Senate appropriations mitted the crimes to raise money fully appreciate the ,intricacy of Q. My broker has been reeom- .
6.New Officers'
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- .winds gusting better than 20 miles ,
. -Robieson angrilei,denied he subcommittee on the Labor De- to move elsewhere for a new Processing modern color films. mendieg Attacks and then urging , ,, .. ,.
Any member who ha,s Kodachome I eell .when r have a profit. I ', --"n,, i ,-,.-- 's ',.-
:, An hour. LEGAL NOTICE had signed with California promo- partment's new budget. start in the ministry.
, ,, ter Roy Warner for a defense films ready for processing is in- made about-675 on, 50 shares of Front. Square Domino Club -et& 11
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Her five-under-par card of '211 against Basile) at the Los Angeles The administration's recommen- vited to bring, them to the meet- Standard Packaging. Is tie the neers ,Were, admitted to offite in
,
United St;ites District Court For The
:t. not only bettered the Peach Bios- Coliseum, Sept. 21. datings ere Sound ones,- Mitchell
St Christopher's ing to be returned by.mail the fel. proper procedure for Me?, I am ,fr,-,,brii4',e'etemonY- on 'Friday;
District of The Canal Zone
sorn tournament record of 213, set -Sugar Ray declared he might said, and he expressed belief the D lowing day. 42; Married with, thiee children., ''''.16-Z;C'41Alidy",2 Aindetson '' lits
Balboa Division
' in 1957 by home town girl Betsy in the matter of the adoption of Ai- mit even fight in Los Angeles if House would "work toward that r arty To Feature All members are encouraged to I have, abOut $5,000 to $6,000 to trodUced 'ft newly, elected tee tee.'
.' tee.' Rawls, but cam e within tine fres Thomas Chamblee, Jr.,'and Debra he found that the California State make their reservations early. inVesto. .',,.., ,,,-',
sApnn Chamblee, Minors vs.NAlfred Thorti end."
Athletic Commission actually "Is
s
,:' troke of the alltime women's cis a Tits on m Wee Defendant. o. 4,829, C v ' ,:1;' ,,I' trreaSp011andSib'elahitiargeSed.' '''' th' erill with ',:tila
Pastries Prizes t ' ,,,s4 an I 4. ...1 -
; tournament rezord for 54-hoies trying to force some other pro- Earlier, Rep. Carroll D. Kearns 1 ' ', A. If yeti ''ivant,..,to ..aptatate; :' ,,persons retiree ou games ee
, , -.. a s' '- 1 Elected to a six-month term el
To Alfred Thomari Chamblee moter upon me for the Beall of Pennsylvania, senior Republi- St.-, Christopher's Episcopal Several newcomers there certainly is no berne2., .2ak-. dMniee, A-checkers "Ind : cards.,
'i:' You are hereby required to appear be- fight." can on the House Labor Commit- Church at Parque Lefevre, :will in. ,refite .. .1.. ... .,, ,,,...: Light. refreshments were served,'
w:nRde:::Ipreptaelsothin,d.e,nntrt.,e.sourAre.eernH.ca;,,-,
-,an ley; vice-president, C. Jonei; se
,,,, Veterans Patty Berg and Betty
froorre 4,1-lee tyirsttittiet:it Sottates District Court -Joe Nero of Ithaca. N. Y.- tee, described the Senate bill as present its ,seventli annual. garden
, thevlaelh'rik, 1.'leh:sati, P:rolleVatuullii:loautriia:Itglea6(411. ::11:11;- 7fisniereitic4thart
i,' Jameson have 54-hole rounds of
the Canal Zone .......,
, 210 on record. Balboa Division. at the Courtroorn ..,,,,anager of ex-chamoion Ba- ineffective. He p r e d i e t e d the party Frida at the Elds Center Cisf By' 'Guild' - A-" '' -' ' -'
thereof. in Ancon, Canal Zone, on the Siliosaid, "We're not negotiating House would strengthen it by pro- on-- Via,'EspaYfia. 'rite. event. will ''
erme ,: business manager, 044: -,
Miss Smith, 22, from St. Clair, figretre 7orinojounneof26thair9day8t rh:nci:ncidt with any promoter until the pro- viding tighter control on labor get' endenvay,at 7 pm., uleeroes Job,: and-that- 1,Refillating e i 1
.-2 Mich., was the third golfer to win there to show cause, if any 'you have. moter can sign Robinson before racketeers and improving "bill:. l'of -Among tht many speelar. felt.:
8 provisioes for the rank tures of this year's fair wi be a in odUlots ,is,,,generally: a pretty
.
, the pe2,ch elossom.eetse Rawls why Juseph L. Hummer lint'. Edna J. soem athletic COMIIHSSiOn 0
nd riht,-,, .
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n''' '' For 1Hole.in' Head' --
. tournamtnt twice in s row. she Hummer should not proceed with the Drove in belch and white that he alld file of labor.
of fonds, games of skill, and two ThSeeavter
variety of pastry,. an assortment, It, Weetld seene'ro, ,The tha with ...".',,,. ', ,'
.';': WOn it in 1958 with a 54-hole score hearing of their petition for the adop adoption
tion adoption of the above-named minors. has contracted for a proper light
' a johand three 'elit en, andle
1(4 111 11- A U G ''
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of 216. WTTNESS. the HONORARLE Guthrie Sitestadium or arena.' reaiGnuitildw
ou." Might:mut -Itti' atroidrNicker. rmy nits To et
. r Crowe. Judge, United States Ditdricl Robinson, under heavy pressure Thievin' Skonk door prizes. Last year, two gold in "A Hoke in : the Read," me T, .., ,,, .., ,, ,,, !:,,,, ,lip.,,ti: '''' 'ri '
. ettest;thene
wrist watches were given away Atnold Schulman comeay mei us, I Ant. sel1ulag Yc'ti'. a '41ev e'l 'ruing r
, Miss Rawls, in whose honor the court tor the District of the Canal from both the New York State setaegerti, weitir eb'
investment cahber growth stocks ractice .0 ?
Zone, this 27 day of April, 1959. as prizes. in rehearsal under the direction .
.
' event is staged, won it in 19F.G Athletic Commission and theiela. Rid Wyatt Earp which you could buy regularly as : ,:---.-' .. ,,
Sara de la Perla Mink will be furnished by WU- of Kathy Wilber.
. and '57 and Louise SIVZOS of Sea. Clerk of Court tional Boxing Association to sign investable funds build up. ,Bu
t if Additionstprattice firing by e.
?, ,Island, Ga.. won in 1953 and '54. (seol). quickly for a defense denied a Of She ts
ir Guns lie Moro and his group. 'tickets Young Stevie Diamond will be
ou want to s'peculate all I can lements of LatiSCARIB has bee
By Marian D. Bowen si are available from all parish or- making his Guild deout, although Y :.
',-, Miss Rawls came in second this ening statement. made ,Sunday t - saY ut, "good luck. ., -.,;,. se
-il. heduled for the week as follows:
Deputy Clerk ganizations. he' was seen briefly in the CIECIO
, iye2rs with 218. Miss Berg was To Alfred Thom-- Chamblee night by his "advisor," George -, Units of the 1st Battle Group,
:,:, third with 219. 1 Tio, '-rt,tHne citation is served upon Gainford. 'WEST LOS ANGELES (UPI)- Theatre production of ."Seven .' 'FI'' 'E I 20th Infantry, will conduct rine
,,ou 1-.. --11.01,,,-, nursuant to the or- Gairtford said promoter Warner Burglars lured the houseboy of
Antilles Chief Year Itch- several years ago in Panamt irm n ers bring allay 1 and 2 from.? a m
.. .,,,. :.-,! of ;11,4- ,, HOTir 11;1 AdlILstri t Gutigie trt
t had flown into New York from Marshal WyattoKatp, away from eanama, 'Also appearing for the , ..! ' .... to 5 t th E
p.m. a e metre Known. D
Co7rte init. it Dri'streict ol; erne &Val California last Thursday and his employer's ',home yesterdaY, first time at tne Louie will oe heel tance Range in the Fort Kobbe a.;
,
. FOR SALE Zone, dated the 27 day of April, 1959, Signed Sugar Ray for the Los An Here On Staff V. et
then broke in, and stole. clothes, IS1 Masan, a Captain- in the United
d ' 1 '''
Low BI For ork
, ,,,,, , ,,, ., rea.,' Maximun altitude is 12,500.
, and entered and filed in this action in geles defense against Basin. But jewelry, liquhr-and shootin' irons. States Air e'orce who 41sis" acted :, - -... ' feet':' maxi
, Triumph TR-3 Sports Car tstevic, of the Clerk of the United
District Court, Balboa Division after the champion's heated de- The housebo, 4 Stig Hoglund, Col.. Walter A. Downing, com- wite little theatre groups- "all Balboa Celine
, r,, mun horizontal range
: Is 3500 yards .,
.
,
nial, Gainford declared his own said he received a; telephone call mending officer, Antilles Comma nila, ,P.L ana Santa naroara, ua,
All Extras Like New on the 27 day LfraApLil,1$195;efta , ,' Mortar 'Battery of the battle
, , .. ,,,
innotence by explaining: "I mere. ordering him to appear at a po.- USARCARIB, arrived yesterday, litornia;,, Gordon Dixon.. se En- ', ,,,,. - group will utilize The Fort Kolbe
. Clerk of Court ly said promoter Warner had lice station to take care of a traf to visit staff sections here. sign in the U.S. Navy who was A hese bid Of 113,385.31,, for
. RODELAG, S.A. ftv Marian n. Bowen Beach era for, prated with 80
ce
Deputy Clerk told me he had signed Robinson fic ticket.' Pollee told him the call Included in the visiting Antilles a member of tne Penn Players at alterations ,and redecoration of ,mm and 4.2" mortars, sub c lib
a er,
",:i. for the defense." was a phony, but by the time he group are Lt. Col. J. A. Laliberte the University of Penn,sytvania; the Balboa Service Catitet,, en en,
, en, from-, 7:30 ii".m. to 4'30
pan.. OD
.
,: got back to the house he found it chief of classification and assign. Sol and Evelyn Farbman, Jack
tered ,,by rRogelio ',, Diaz 1,, Clik' Friday,- May, L Ma im Mild
x um. a e
, had been raesacke& ment; Lt. Col. H. F. Richardson, Sehor and Ann Harvey, all Pena- berto Guardia 11.A.,:-Ivaa ''ovor it 1491 t
, ee ;maxim hrisontal 4,
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, chierof Logistics; Lt. Col. B. D ma, residents milking their debuts $3000 'ander the .,.,next, lovi 1
ILA ranee 9.3g livirds ,,,, ,, , ,
pia, Fleming, comptroller e 1, e r Ire .:
' The bide' were - :,
- Stolen were two automatic .: and Lt. Col oat any stage,,,,,
' for',. this,,woritt
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C. (-0,-) r 1 imetocoal,
- ti,:it tstlalee'ks2,:sPesorted jewelry and sev-
rts shirts, 12 pairs of J. B. Merrell, engineer.- Completing ha east of "A Hole
.
They will return to Tiled Rico m the Head are Walt and Hindi
" I opened yesterda afternoon: at , , I
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. Balboa Heights.,2, ,, -,,,,2
. Dr' GarnesSpeaks
eral bottles of champagne. on April 30. Diamond, last seen 'in the highly , : ,,, .- .1,y ,-,. .,' .. il ,:, , 6, 1
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. successful "Diary of Anne Frank" ;.e.,
Only 'two, other Panama firms Tonite'At- Meeting
, ,..
, and Virginia McDuff, who was entered the tompetitive bidding, ... ,,, ,!,',,,, ., .. ,
, '11 Advertise in this section Ads only cost $0.85 per col. inch ..
. throttled in the first act of "The thes ebeing Taller Vista Hermo- t
0 Panama o-o
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Mousetref." sa, which, offered :116,824, and .., , ..,, tt ., r-
. o FOR, INFORMATION CALL 2-0740 The Pacific Skarn liavigahon Company "A Hole in the Head" will epee Bild I 'e anti an otter of ''''''' -' '' ''. ..
on, n 9 t .'
t Dr. Clement Games, ivho recent-'
. t ..----, on May It for a sixinigbt run. $1,705.;.. "." ,' ', 2 ..:
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(INCORPORATED BY ROYAL alumna 1840) , , IY returned from ,'' Mexico ft
Ticket sale will be annotuiced ,- ',,.. ,.,- ,, . i a er
- 4 NEGLECTING FAMILY? FAST FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICES shortly; Tien apparent lOw' compleitng ,six years of s udy at
'Odder. inn the Universidad Aute d "'
-,'
: LIFE INSURANCE AUTOMOBILE FINANCE
.1t (mit Government Employes LUNDON (UPI) A newspa-
- TO COLOMBIA, ECUADOR, PERU AND CHILE the wrk also entered low Inds xice, will giv a brief nelme e Me. '
talk to mem.
i '!
JIM RIDGE Service Personnel per complained Monday that M.V. "SALAMANCA' on most pt the equiPment to be hers a 1,
, and friends of the Panems
' igtet; It Funeral TOmoirow installed.: ,The opecittcal 1 o n a
, ., Finance Your New Or Prince Philip is spending too MN. "SARMIENTO7 Consumers Coo ti ''''
pen ve ,toeight
, ,i,.. General Agent Used Car much time away from his fam- d- - : contained eight alternates' cov- a
.,
, t .7.30, p.m.:' at the cooperabye's ,-
. l -' Gibra liar Lite ins. Co., : ering tmcle,equipmene es mer.,. service station.- ,:' ', ,,
:: for rates and information fly. The Daily Herald reminded
Tel Panama 2-8552 GOVERNMENT readers that the husband of TO UNITED KINGDOM VIA CARTAGENA, LA GUAIRA,
'' 'Of
At Church God chandizers,.liourescent lighting, .', Alt mem ,,. . ,,
bets 01 study groups,
Monday thru Friday
KINGSTON. HAVANA. NASSAU, BERMUDA, SPAIN ,, , show cud, : and Our. greeting
ooperatora and, freinds, are ,hn :'
- 0:00 a.m. to 12:00 EMPLOYES FINANCE CA)
Queen Elizabeth would return
, AND FRANCE
Foij Vi A Padm-ore T t-,'"i,
card displays."1. :,,,'',.;,,i'''',,,,y,',,,, ,. vitedo-'1.-'2,-.::2,14 ,:'' . ,
I 1
, ".....i 2:00 p.m. to 5:00
Saturday: COI a.m. to 12:80
...... LOW RATES UP TO 36 Mo.
on new ears home Thursday after a -100-day
Id t
wor out. The editorial was se.
companied by a picture showing S.S. "REINA DEL MAR"
, air-conditioned) 26,225 Tone . - - a I ' ''.- '"'' I 1.
. ' -, 'The equipment', to,be bought ..r..!-- ',.,: ,..,- ,,,;., , ' :,
Juno is :' ,..,:, , '' ,;,.. ' ' r would 'cost wen. over..t10,000.,uo- COMPOSIllt7T04110 '' I ,'
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Listen To AGENCY DEHLINGER
No. 43 Automobile Row
Phone 3-4984 3-4985 Phihp 'waving goodbye. "is prince
Philip away from his children too
much?" the newspaper asked.
vo,.'tiNtrEp KINGDOM DIRECT
MN. "SALAVERRIr! p4..0 ''''''... WilliiM' A,' Padore,- retired em
, ' ploye of tlh2Ordnance Department ...
MO 1' at Cornea, ., e a der ,,bicIS ieceivid., None-of the ,-,, ,:. .1' ''A,,, t,' .,
me it' th
te vi h,, e aXception of, one -,:,UqEtV,,YORK." UPI e' ,,
I -di d Sued r morning ( ) p anit
f t h cases, Were as lOw LOA
or wo s ow
sue, ,author and composer of ,;
I i'..,',., The OAS All TvItes of Auto insurance MN. "CUZCO" MaY 93 at Santo Tomas Hospita Ile wee it
ative of ,Barbados, British West u ',.,the --government- estimates ,4
the 'musical tia
1
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. LOCUST INVASION ROYAL MAIL LINES LTD.HOLLAND -, '' 3 I .,.. ,., ,.. .. annotineed aftetthe bids were and :,,:ainger Jo Sulliv'an,'. star el Y
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.
Championships in the Peach IThis
som-Betsy Rawls golf tournament
come in pairs and the record record,
, record, breaking performance by husky
Wiffi Smith this past week, end
,;;was no exception.
After turning in sub-par rounds
of 68 and 70 in the 54-hole 66,000
, tournament, Miss Smith wouna up
with a one-over par 73 Sunday
over the Spartanburg Country
Club course which was swept by
gusfing better than 20 miles
hour.

Her five-under-par card of '211
not only bettered the Peach Blos Blossom
som Blossom tournament record of 213, set
in 1957 by home town girl Besy
Rawls, but cam e within one
stroke of the alltime women's
tournament mord for 54-holes.
Veterans Patty Berg and Betty
Jameson have 54-hole rounds of
210 on record.
Miss Smith, 22, from St. Clair,
Mich., was the third golfer to win
the Pe 2ch Blossom-Betsy Rawls
tournamtnt twice in a row. She
won it in 1958 with a 54-hole score
of 216.
Miss Rawls, in whose honor the
event is staged, won it in 19E6
and '57 and Louise SingS of Sea,
,Island, Ga.. won in 1953 and '54.
Miss Rawils came in second this
ye2rs with 218. Miss Berg was
w,third with 219.
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AL.COHOLICS ANONYMOUS
DRAWER "A" DIABLO
BOX 1211. CRISTOBAL, C.Z.
PHONE BALBOA 3709
1
LEGAL NOTICE
United States District Court For The
District of The Canal Zone
Balboa Division
in the matter of the adoption of Al Alfred
fred Alfred Thomas Chamblee, Jr.,'and Debra
Ann Chamblee, Minors vs. Alfred Thom Thomaa
aa Thomaa Chamblee, Defendant. No. 4829, Civil
Citation.
To Alfred Thomas Chamblee
You are hereby required to appear be before
fore before the United States District Court
for the District of the Canal Zone
Balboa Division. at the Courtroom
thereof. in Ancon, Canal Zone, on the
forenoon of June 26. 1959 at 9 o'clock
in the forenoon of that day. then and
there to show cause, if any you have.
why Joseph L. Hummer end Edna J.
Hummer should not proceed with the
hearing of their petition for the adop adoption
tion adoption of the above-namerl minors.
WTTNESS. the HONORABLE Guthrie
r Crowe. Judge, United States Diatricl
Court tor the District of the Canal
Zone, this 27 day of April, 1959.
Sara de la Pe Ra
Clerk of Court
(Seal)
By Marlon D. Bowen
Deputy Clerk
To Alfred Thorp-- Chamblee
Th. ,-ra.a,ina ettation is served upon
t,n11 io n.0.11.'01(1,1 nurstiant to the or,-r
of 'h- HMLORABLE Guthrie 1r
Judae. United States District
Court for the District of the Canal
Zone, dated the 27 day of April, 1959.
and entered and filed in this action in
the office of the Clerk of the United
States District Court, Balboa Division
on the 27 day of April, 1959.
Sara de la Pefia
Clerk of Court
By Marian 11. Bowen
Deputy Clerk

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9ICE SHOW EXTENDED
MOSCOW (UPI)--The Soviet
Tass News Agency announced
Monday hat the touring Ameri American
can American "Holiday on Ice" show would
ptay an extra two weeks here to
give more Muscovites a chance
to see the spectacle. The Ameri Amerilean
lean Amerilean show, first of its kind in the
Soviet capital, has drawn some
400.000 spectators this month.

I,Miscellaneous-'
FOR SALE: Chinese hind
carved dining room set; almost
now, specially for Diplomatist
and entertaining, (also beginners
Violin). Panama 46 Street
34.

FOR SALE: 3 ton aircondl aircondltioner,
tioner, aircondltioner, ideal for store or office
suite. Panama 2-1481.
FOR SALEt Caloric Stove. 4
burners, broiler, oven. good con condition
dition condition St00.00, 6 sliging shades
$600 each, 2 mahogany win windowcases
dowcases windowcases $10.00 eatly, 2 large
windowcases $15.00 each. Tel.
3-5249.
FOR SALE: 12 cubic feet up upright
right upright h 2 years old $325.-
00 like new. New compressor
and motor. Call 3-1813 before
8:00 a.m. or after 5:00 p.m.
FOR SALE: ---- Photo equipment,
2 year old pedigree boxer male.
Tel. 3-6526.
SPETON SPETON SPETON
A new efficient product. Ask
reliable drug stores.
FOR SALE: Leits valory en enlarger
larger enlarger with lens and ease,
$150.00; Necchi Supernova
sewing machine in blonde con console
sole console cabinet, with all attach attachments,
ments, attachments, $350.00. Phone Pan.
3-7813.
FOR SALT: 21" R.C.A. TV
590.00 0420 B. Ancon
phone 2-3651.
FOR SALE: Fence 312 ft.
high for Carport 3 gates
Tel. 25-3108 after 3:30.
WANTED
WANTED: Job for reliable
maid, honest, hard working.
Has worked for me for past
eleven years. Dorese Waites
2-2363.
Will pay up to $500 for good
car. Harvey, phone 3-5568.
WANTED: Shrimp Boat
Carpenters. Deco Marine. End
of 4th St. San Francisco. Tel.
3-2639.
Ray Robinson Ti Ile
,
Defense In normal
Slate Of Confusion
NKW YORK (UP)I Sugar
Ray Robinson's negotiations for a
defense of his middleweight crown
against Carmen Basilio attained
a status of normal confusion to today
day today because:
Robinson angrilvi4enied be
had signed with California promo promoter
ter promoter Roy Warner for a defense
against Basilio at the Los Angeles
Coliseum, Sept. 21.
Sugar Ray declared he might
not even fight in Los Angeles if
he found that the California State
Athletic Commission actually "is
trying to force some other pro promoter
moter promoter upon me for the Beall
fight."
Joe Aletro of Itliaca. N. Y.
co-manager of ex-champion Ba Basiliosaid,
siliosaid, Basiliosaid, "We're not negotiating
with any promoter until the pro promoter'
moter' promoter' can sign Robinson before
soem athletic commission and
prove in black and white that he
has contracted for a proper tight
sitestadium or arena."
Robinson, under heavy pressure
from both the New York State
Athletic Commission and theiNa theiNational
tional theiNational Boxing Association to sign
quickly for a defense denied a
signing statement. made .Sunday
night by his "advisor," George
G inford
Gainford said promoter Warner
had flown into New York from
California last Thursday and
signed Sugar Ray for the Los An
geles defense against Basilio. But
after the champion's heated de denial,
nial, denial, Gainford declared his own
innocence by explaining: "I mere merely
ly merely said promoter Warner had
told me he had signed Robinson
for the defense."
Gui
NEGLECT!
NEGLECTING FAMILY?
LONDON (UPI) A newspa newspaper
per newspaper complained Monday that
Prince Philip is spending too
much time away from his fam family.
ily. family. The Daily Herald reminded
readers that the husband of
Queen Elizabeth would return
home Thursday after a -100-day
world tour. The editorial was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by a picture showing
Phihp 'waving goodbye. "is prince
Philip away from his children too
much?" the newspaper asked.
L,OCUST INVASION
AMMAN, Jordan (UPI)-- Jor Jordaniaan
daniaan Jordaniaan authorities mobilized ev every
ery every available man Monday to bat battle
tle battle a locust invasion that was de described
scribed described as the heavirst in the his history
tory history of this Middle ;East king kingdom.
dom. kingdom. Agriculture Minister Aka
El trayez ".said that immense
swarms had invaded 180,000 cul cultivated
tivated cultivated acres of Jordan and were
continuing to wing inte dui con.
try.

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FOR SALIr M.' G. T. D. '52'
new white B. W, top, upholstery
11? lost.- Panel. RadiiJ.714088
Mr. Barrow 9-12 2-5., ,t
FOR SALE:'.-- Ford 1959 V-8
4-door custom 300 $2300. Bal Bal.
. Bal. boa 1649.
FOR SALE: d ,61d Dohs 2.
door Sidon, a:molter 'runosinp
condition C.Z. 1959 Inspect
ott Good transportation 1-
37E3 4:30 9 P.m
FOR SALE: 1957 Ford V-8
Tudor tutono original ownor.
Must sell by May 15th Balboa
2-1514.
FOR SALE: -- 1952 Buick
Special 4-door Standard Shift,
radio, new tires, excellent con.
dition, $400.00. Call Panama
1-0319 during office hours or
Balboa 2914 evenings.
FOR SALE: 1956 4-sfoor
Plymouth "6" very good condi.
tion, good tiros $1100.00. Call
Ft. Gulick 561 Qtrs. 539-A.
FOR SALE: 19'50 Pont 1ao
$300.00, C.Z. Inspection 0420
B. Ancon, ohms 2-3651.
FOR SALE: 1955 Plymouth
4-door sedan, excellent condi condition,
tion, condition, must sell immediately will
sacrifice. Call 84-4257 or 84-
3291.
FOR SALE: 1957 121 months
old) 2-door Ford Station Wagon,
Del Rio model, white and blue
styletone paint, V-8 Thunder..
bird engine, standard gear shift,
radio, 2 rear view mirrors, 4
new tires. Excellent condition.
$1750.00. See until 5 p.m. Sun.
day and 10-12 on week day.
House 2352-A, Owen Street,
Balboa (Flats).
Mitchell Would
Amend Labor BM
On Union picketing
WASHINGTON (UPI) Secre Secretary
tary Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell
said today he hopes the Hatize
will write two key administration
proposals into the labor reforni
bill just passed by the Senate.
Mitchell said he felt the bill
would be strengthened by inclu-,
sion of tighter restrictions on onpicketing
picketing onpicketing four union organizational
purposes Land on secondar .13(14
cotts., The version passed by the
Senate by a 90-1 vote Saturday
did not include such provision
-
Mitchell made his first publi6
comment on the bill in testitnony
before a Senate appropriations
subcommittee on' the Labor De Department's
partment's Department's new budget.
The administration's recommen recommendatings
datings recommendatings ere sound ones, Mitchell
said, and he expressed belief the
House would "work toward that
end."
Earlier, Rep. Carroll D. 1Cearns
of Pennsylvania, senior Republi Republican
can Republican on the House Labor Commit Committee,
tee, Committee, described the Senitte bill as
ineffective. He pr edict ed the
House would strengthen it by pro providing
viding providing tighter control on labor
racketeers and improving "bill of
rights" provisions for the rank
and file of labor.
Thievin' Skonks
Rid Wyatt Earp
Of Shirts, Guns
'WEST LOS ANGELES (UM--
Burglars lured the houseboy of
Marshal Wyatt,,Earp, away from
his employer's Joeme yesterday,
then broke in and stole clothes,
jewelry, liquhr--and shootin' irons.
The housebo, Stig Hoglund,
said he received a,telephone call
ordering him to appear at a po-
lice station to take care of a traf traffic
fic traffic ticket.' Pollee told him the call
was a phony, but by the time he
got back to the house he found it
had been ransacked.
Stolen were two automstie
tols, 20 sports shirts, 12 pairs of
slacks, assorted jewelry and sev several
eral several bottles of champagne.

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FOR SALE: tersinchtlinius.
furniture and' appliances '---
three Orsoirosom aparhrient. Bari.
gain prices. thipenHy. Telephone
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Rattan living mum set 41 piosas
Tuesday 28th II:00 cm, to 5:00
, 03040 Diablo Hoights.
FOR SALE: Solid oak dining
MOM set. Leaving isthmus must
socrifico 5711 O. tilabia
FOR SALEt--- Air-cooditionot
",Cartior,'' I kJ.. Rocotdo to
learn Gorman. PhDs 3-2632.'
FOR SALE: Two upholster
od chairs $30.00 mid .$15.00
each, Porch chaise glasstop
wrought Won occassional tables
modem Maximus paintings,
lamps. TA 4-1438.
FOR SALE: Frigidaire, radio radiomead
mead radiomead player, bad, inner-spring
mattress, aphoistared chair,- ,--
miscollinious.
1309.
Religious Lecture
At YMCA Features
Dean Peterson
The fourth lecture in the serv service
ice service "The God We Worship' will
be held at the Balboa YMCA
USG on Thursday at 7:30 p.m.
The subject is entitled "Ex "Expanding
panding "Expanding Ideas of the Kingdom of
Iirael" and the speaker will be
Dean Mainert J. Peterson of the
Cathedral of St. Luke. This, series
is designated to show how God is
revealed though the history of a
people.
The lectures are free and open
to the public.
Tampa Ex-Minister
Nabbed With Son
In Store Burglary
TAMPA (UPI)--A 41-year old
ex-minister, who said he turned
to crime after a divorce from his
first wife, was :sentenced to five
ears- in. prison yesterday lor
grandlarCeny, s
,Byrd A. Geiger pleaded' guilty
to a'string of 13 breaking, and en entering
tering entering incidents. Hii presentlWile.
Elizabeth, was also convicttd 'in
one of the cases and Oferrecl to
a pre-sentence investigation.
Geiger; who formerly was as,
, sociate pastor of First Mtioc1413
Church, was arrested along with'
his 16-year-old son last week while
burglarizing it sundries store, po-'
lice said. The youth was turned
over to juvenile authorities,
The ex-preacher said 'he com committed
mitted committed the crimes to raise money
to move elsewhere for a new
start in the ministry.
St Christopher's
Party To Feature
Pastries, Prizes
St.-, Christopher's Episcopal
Church at Parque Lefevre,
present its,seventlt annual garden
party. Friday at the Elds Center
onVia, Espafia. The event will
get Underway-at 7 p.m..
Among tht many special- felt felttures
tures felttures of this year's fair will be a
variety of pastry, an assortment
of foods, games of skill, and two
door prizes. Last year, two gold
wrist watches were given away
as prizes.
Music will be furnished by Wil Willie
lie Willie Moro and his group. lickets
are available from all parish or organizations.
ganizations. organizations. Antilles Chief
Here On Staff Visit
col., Walter A. Downing, coin.
mending officer, Antilles Comtna
IISARCARIB, arrived yesterday
to visit staff sections here. 1
Inciluded in the visiting Asitilles
group are Lt. Col. J. A. Laliberte,
chief of classification and assign.
ment; Lt. Col. H. F. Bichardson,
chief 4of Logistics; Lt. Col. B. D
Fleming, comptroller.. and Lt. Col
1. B. Merrell, engineer.
They will return to Puerto Rico
on April 30.

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Enijinors Society
To Sei Fad lilies
01,Kodak laboralory
The Kodak Laboratories at Pal Paltilla,,
tilla,, Paltilla,, will be host for the Society
of American Military Engineers
at their nextmonthly meeting on
May 11 at 5 p.m.
The meeting, will be held at'the
laberatory and will consist of a
tour of the recently-completed Pa.
13alno coro film processing and
modern plant processes Kodach Kodachroma
roma Kodachroma 8 and 16 'mm movie film and
35 3111M transparencies, not only
for: Panora a and the -Canal Zone
bitVlot, sir of TAtiitral, and: South
America.,
Louis W. Baker, manager, has
made 'arrangements to. have the
laborgtory in operation for the
meeting to e,nable members to
fully appreciate the intricacy of
processing modern color films.
Any member who has Kodachome
films ready for processing is in invited
vited invited to bring, them to the meet meeting
ing meeting to be returned by mail the fol.
lowing day.
All members a,re encouraged to
make their reservations early.
Several newcomers
Cast By Guild
For 'Hole In Head'
,Several ne o r s' to the
Theatre Guild stage, ,be Seen
in "A Hole in the Ileadp!' the
Arnold Schulman comedy novi
in rehearsal under the direction
of Kathy Wilber.
Young Stevie Diamond will be
making his Guild deout, although
he' was seen ,briefly in the Clrele
Theatre production, of ."Seven
Year itch- several years ago tn
vanam,a, 'Also appearing for the
first time at tne timid oe
Missal', a Captain, in the United,
States Air Vorce who acted
with, little theatre.groups- In
end Santa baroariii- ua,
lilornia; Govion an En Ensign
sign Ensign the U.S. Navy who was,
a member of tne Penn Players at
the University of Penn,sytvania;
Sol and Evelyn Farbman, Jack
Schor andAnn Harvey, all Pana Panama,
ma, Panama, residents' milting their debuts
Ont any stagek
Completing the east Of "A Hole
in the Head' are Walt and Hindi
Diamond, last seen 'in the highly
successful "Diary of Anne' Frank"
and Virginia McDuff, who was
throttled in the first act of "The
MousetraP."
, "A Hole in' the Heed" will open
on May' 11, for a sixinight. run,
Ticket sale will be announced
shortly;
Funeral Tomoirow
At Church Of God
Foal; A. Padniore :
William ,A. Padore, retired mu)
ploye of tht Grdnance Department
at Corotalodied Sunday morning
at Santo Tomas Hospital. He was
native of Barbados, British West
He was an active lodgeman, be.
longing to Loyal Victor, Victoria
Star,: licilipolis; St: Paul's and 'Ex.
celsior Lodges., He is' survived by
Mist Edna Cottle and two sisters
in Barbados., ,."
The 'body lie in state at tbi
Loyal Victor Lodge Hall tomorroi
from 1 p.m. The cortege wiU
at 3 for the Church of God, in Rift
Abajo and continue to, Ruetdo Nue
vo cemetery.

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Q.-.Two months ago lel; formed
an investment club Of nine mem:
bars, with initial fee of $100 and
contributions..., 45.a week. Thus
far we have bought EVitel ,Pro ,Products,.
ducts,. ,Products,. Universal' Oil,, A.T. and T.
Tenn.,. Gas.' and-Oil be. I have
argued these do not represent good
policy. I feel we should invest in
growth stock:with a mhilmum of
speculation. '-'
you arenitli in the youog
or middle age "bracket' I would
certainly vote for aggressive
growt,h stocks. That void& iniply
some risk although not ee.much
speculation as you ,hall the
low-priced oil stock.
' it is, you have Avide.Ca
spread 'from and tO 011
;flei that I can't figure out which
waylou're headed. ,e
tike b 'Universal OW you
mean the newly issued Univer Universal.
sal. Universal. 011 Products. I consider that
a pretty sound purchase for-your
purpose but I can't see dipping
down to $2 and $3 stocks.
It seems to me that when '4
group of individuals get:together
in. an Investment club tbey ought
to stick to .quality---quality in in income
come income stocks, in growth, in safety,
whatever the :Iota may he.
Once you start taking wild
chances (mdess the club was set
up with that eapecial purpose itt
mind) you are asking for touble.
'A quality stock eas, couree,,
also show you a loss but theris
alwaya a good likelihood 'it Will
TO1118 back in price.' But once You
start outright gambling you're'
leaving yourselves open to all the
reerimittations 'which generally go
with "post-mortems.'r
Also, -once yott get your inn&
tion fee isvested, you ought -to
settle down to a regular once-amonth
purchase. Don't try to guess
the market by buying at Irregular
intervals.
Q. Will You please send me a
list of savings loans PaYtog
six to eight 'per cent per lumum?
A. There .are none. llost Saw Sawing
ing Sawing ancrloans pay in the three
peg top,t range.41Ant
four ;per, eenti, is toyigh uir you
can -get...tit jar all' know-t2y4th
protection by' the Federal Savinga
anti LoanI,Insuranet) orP.. :
,
- ti
-
,,12; sist,-la.Avidow4Merestitt 4.Syr
humble. Rave beet ;thiniting4,cet
V111011 Electrite Would that be
safe?' '
A: It would. make-el ideal in investment
vestment investment for you...
,
Q. My broker has been reeom reeommending
mending reeommending -stocks and then urging
1 I sell iwhen r have a profit. I
made about $75 on 50 shares of
Standard Packaging. Is Mil the
proper procedureN for me? I am
42- Married with three children.
I have- about $5,000 to $6,000 to
1 investr,. 1
I 1
, 4
A. If yoti 'want-',to speculate;
there certainly is no harin-k,tak-
ing profits.
'.1)111ei point heti hetiever,
ever, hetiever, that 'speculating can "he 'an
ulceroils job,: and Phat spefulating
in odd, lots ,is.generally a pretty
thankless endeavor.
It would seetn, to Ant that with
jol) and threerchildren to handle
you,. ,rnight want Ito' &Void' "ticker "tickeritis,"'I
itis,"'I "tickeritis,"'I ant-sending' you- i
investment caliber growth stocks
which you could buy regularly as
investable funds build up. But if
you want to speculate, all I can
SitY it "good luck."
f, 111 I
Panama Firm'Enters
lbw Bid For' York 4
-I Balboa Center'
A base bid of $13,385.31.... for
alterations ,and redecoration of
the Balboa Service Canter en entered
tered entered ,by rRogelio Dias y
berto Guardia, SA.,'wa ,over
$3000 under the ,31ext'', low bid
for this, workt The bids, were
opened yesterday afternoon, at
Balboa Heightc,,,
- twq other Panama firMs
entered the competitive bidding,
thes tbeing Taller Vista Hermo Hermosa,
sa, Hermosa, which, offered ,S161824, and
Bildon, with an otter of
S17,o65
Theoipparent. low' bidder on
the work also entered low bids
on most pr the etpayment to be
installed,' The specifica tions
contained eight alterttates cov covering
ering covering much ,equipment u mer merchandisers,
chandisers, merchandisers, liourescent !Ighting,
show cutest, and ;qur, greeting
card displays.'
'The equipment' to', be Wight
would cost well over.t10,000,un over.t10,000,under:
der: over.t10,000,under: bicht received. None' the
bids; 'with., the asception of, one
for two show oases, Were as low
as ',,,the tgovernment, estimates
announced ,aftetthe bids 'were
openect,'.
'',Therlkrorkto done-00118'1lb
Of redeCoratinUand' renovating,
,he 11111011 and merchandistpg,
tctionS on the ground '.:loorof
he bUlidnig., Some alteration:.
,re to be made it the i'office
,nd sales sections, ,The'' latte:
Icludes a new entrance to the
heater' from the Service 'Cen

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,i By SAM HUI-SKY : rr., Advocate Asbestos 4, 3.30Ia ,''
, '',, ;;, r",' ' ' -Allegheny Corp ; ''.,--12 t ',
J Q.-.Two months ago we' Unseen ,r;,,Ahirninitinr Ltd ,i'.. ,.. e,, 29;6 :
r an investment club Of nine mem: ; Amer Cyanamid ,. ' ',,,,
hers, with initial fee of $100 and Amer Motors ;..... -,
Itontributions-of 45.a week. Thus Amer,Tel and Tel. 354 -...
, far we have bought EVael kPrO 'Anaconda copper 65w,
ducts,,, Univerial' Oil, LT. and 11. --Arkansas net 33 .. ,,
,.-, B4evthCosteeng. ;,'- ' 511319 ,'.
,poTareligunneedylhafeelel;esdndvotnoisholireprulbede;sentm7. iesehgoodavinze
growth stock with a minimum of ',.:Bettinger Cm, ,, 11b ; y''.'
Bicroft Uranium rr lab '''
speculation. "r", ,','' --r- ,---. -.- ' British Pet ,, , I 15-16 ,
, A.,If you are41 in the young Burroughs ... 33,vs ,.. 1,
or middle age 'bracket' I 'would caoadiao Eagle 11b I
certainly vote for a g gr s s iv 4,,,,cerre de Pasco 424 '
growth stocks. That would. iniPIY ; Calker Great Welt 47
some risk although not ecmocb ,..chrysTer ,,,,, .,,..., 6T
speculation, as You hell le-r,,the ,Cities Service, ','-, IIPAls
low-priced oil stochka.v,.,,,o0.,174,,,Ide' ,;:i
'.. .!Ceotglatalte CPierib.almoli' re' -. ., '1124 :', :'
aPAreedit'frols'mYclu.T. aid T.'',' t 011 creole pet r; ' Sells'
, Crown Cork and flaal 32 ', 'r
tv;nacykthyoaut'rie chaeneld'edlig.11"'"utr'',,,wh',,..Je'h'. Cuban,' Venezuelan Oil 'Ai ''
'''' ' ii Du Pont '7-- ,'r r kub '.
' I take it b Universal 0
mean the newly issued Univ"uer. EtuistrePithilftanturstual, al r', ,S49"1,48 ',,'
sal'011 Products. I consider that r'
a pretty sound purchase for-your FFeertmgeo:tilpet 1144: c
purpose but I can't see dipping
El Paso' Natural gas 34
down- to 32 and 23 'tucks. -'
- General 1r Dynamics 59341 ..
It seems to me thatwhen -a
group of individuals
General Plywood 23 :,
get:together General Electde 32; ,' l'
in' an Investment ,cluli tbey ought ,,,,,,,011
116b 4'
to, stick to quality...quality in in. ,'Kuut
Harseo,Steed 421,4b
come stocks, in growth, in ealet3', Ha den pie rt 19
whatever the sgoal may be.
1
3ab "r:
Once you start taking wild Inv 1'41'1 Ahl 43" '.
chances (mdess the club was set ,t Intl.Pet ''',
r Lorillard 39 1 r;
up with that eapecial. purpose in .,,,,Ttin co. ); 15 r ''
mind) you are asking for touble. 'al di
New Eng Tel end Tel 178
A quality -stock cas,' ef-,-- eeerfle, ).1' Air r
313 't
also-show you' a loss but there is
4,9
alwaya a good likelihood rit will .;,' ?lin Mathieson
ancoastal , 3
,COMe back in prie. But once you-, 1,Pan- Israel : ,, p
start outright gambling yott're-,,o,...,...; .,,. riLl 3
leaving yourselves open to all the .,,,t Viiip'pter
recriminations 'which rgenerally go K u
'',,,Pure'011
with "post-mortems..',,'-"'', ,,' 4 ;' ',: Bak ,, '' 60
Also, -once' yott get Yout bite;
Iteynolds Metal linib
tion fee isvested, you ought -to
tercB.oyal.acDintutche ,Shen ,- goal
settle down to a regular once-a.'
month purchase. Don't try to gueu au
rntere invalersk.et by buying at, irreguler sSihnedlla.i7,:eoetteP '. ..1,t,76
r Signet uu ana ties dim,
63
1 IMPVi '' SOIOn,Y MObili ID45
4. wiru you p.ease me a sperr, Band r
list of savings Auld lee" PaAng .,';' Standard ,Oilr TO 31A
six to eight'per cent per lumum? sterling, rrrotostos 41,4
A. The,re are none. .Mosi Saw--
, Studebaker-Packard 1.2
Inge and loans pay in the three ., superior: len
to-,four-.00 topt range,41And Tlc i c... Fprods 3t
four yer,..ceq is takkligh !As' 7u4 v10,1;4,161 pi
can lgel-ite ,far Ski 4,, know-41,401 United: Cane 011 211)
protection. by the Federal save4i
ant,,, IL, .ali4211,.......ureeee.-ferP: : i.:41,. .1:wIlsitos.itillteelnugbil,bero,,irott ,." 11.40 113$878y.V42.7 1.
,,,,,(1.41,444,1ividovr,hiterestif,-fan toi,00Ti, stool sal
ineeme. ',Have beel;Ahinking?ef .i7,,,,,,1"91, ,,
Union Electrite 'WoUld Rt.,: be r... 1' -rr.': irk b,
safe?' r -rr? 2,-, rrOnt ,aquare 1
A:' It would. mazeren ideal m- ,,,,,ii
vestment for you, ,' ,,,, DOMIti'0"'.CILA Has V
Q. My broker has been reeom- 6 New Officers I
mending -stock; and then urging , ,
I sell when r have a profit. I r
Smteadndearadb .. Front Square. Dom ino Club ,cdk, 1,
ncers were admitted to office in
putagaSginong. 51os sthhaigres thle
a- briet ceremony' on Friday.
proper procedureN for me? I am ,,,,. ,k., .cr,, ,And,,,, And,r,,,,,, ta.
42-, inensied with three children. ..., ..y - ----
troduced the, newly elected effie effieI
I effieI Illive-, sheet OA" t 36'3oet t4 er nd h rged tient with the
Inver, r ,,, ' responsibilities.
.
' k, domino ,cheekers and cards
ther,e certainly is no barns,. tak.. ,
ever,
ingA prolfLuaYek: ''wan,,It'''rt. 'riiiP, 4e,. 111,,.11, ef; 11:11.gEhlect.ilerrteedfrimethoshlamteesnixtir. ts:dweonte:rettsa:errvinesedelet.
ley; vice-president,' C. Ionei; se
- ut- to,,,,you, how office were. president, A. Head-
'I '3DUSt P010 ',0 i ''
that 'speculating can-be 1111
We s esurer
Fene ned, business 'mane er 44.
in oddrlots ,is,,,generally a pretty ,.,. I tit 4
ulceroils Job,: anctlhat smuisting cr tory if, I h tr R
thankless endeavor. ,,' "..1 fi!,Itai Ina taftain 11,.. time
It would went, to mit that with ,,:,',.. ,
a job, and three,thildren to 'handle Army Units To Get
TUB:v:1 Inf.'s" Yau a 1 Firing Practice 0
otte,rnight want Ito: airold'.,. "ticker- ...
ding st,of
investment caliber growth stocks .,
which you could buy regularly as r -
investable funds build up. But if Additionatpractice &lug by a ayou
you ayou want to speculate,. all I can lements of LatiRCARIB has bees
seheduled for tbe week as follows:
I -, s to 'd '", Units of the '1st Battle Group,
say is "good luck." ;
Patama Firm'tnters 29th Infantry, will conduct rine
bring on May 1 and 2 from 7 a.m.
. to 5 p.m.'et the Empire Known D
II or, o 4 tanca Range in the Port Kobbe a.
-IN 'Rid F '' W rk rea. Maximun altitude is 12,500
, ' s. ,,,, feet; maximun horizontal range
ortaYra'rBdsittery or the battle :
-I Balboa Center' i,1:00
, ,, group will utilize the Fort Robb -:'
A btkse bid of $13;385.31- for Beach aree for practice with 60
mm and 4.2" mortars, sub caliber,
from,. 7:30r a.m., to 4:30 pan. elt
is 149.feet; ,maximum hrizontal 4'
Friday,, May L Maximum altitude
tb eta ehl rtreeet iBa : tail.; ayb on;aaR or ad isngaederi 1 vi oris: e: dApe. cci: ao, 0 i Iwzr tattle ri o: no,oevnuel
63000 'Under ',the next', low bid range,- 335 Ilkards, , ,
for -Y, this, work, The bids, were .,..,, r ,. .. I
opened yesterday s,fternoon, at Dr Gar e's Speaks 1
Balboa HeightJ.4- ,, ''''.' : ,i , n , ,,,
' ' '' '' i ToniteAt, Meeting-
- only twq other Panama f rms
entered the competitive bidding,
thee tbeing Taller Vista Hermo- ruin min ,,,,
of p' '' .c ''
sa, which, offered $161824, and ,,. 7 77:1!,1 ,. Lt-VIO
Bildon, Itie., with, an otter of ,- Dr Clement' Garnes, who recent.
070365.r ,,i , : .. ly returned from Mexico, r atter
- .,. , . compleitng six years of study at
Th(4 apparent low' bluuer DP the Universidad 'AutOnoma de rale. ':
bers and Mends of the Panama, I:,
,mer service station. , ,
the writ also entered low Pius xico, will give a brief talk to mem
Con-sumers Cooperative tonight
t3innstmal?esdt.t)fTlithee es rq lut eel' Pi rtnt twrt aeatnettst t ooe on: ell
at 7:30 pm., at the cooperative's
All members oi 'study groups,
show caset, and gour, fretting cooperators and freinds, are hi hiering
ering hiering such ,equipment, u
carddisplays."' ,.,-"'' "Is l'!,!ii1.-it vited -0 '--gk ,-
cc7atnadiniztedrs,e'lfglohurt escent lighting,
, ,4,' ',11r ;,' i ' 1
'The equipment' to be bought ...,-.

ACP Ind -0'. 32
Advocate Asbestos 3.10Is
-Allegbany Corp t
,-;,,Alurninium. Ltd 29
, Amer Cyanamid 1,
' Amer Motors
Amer,Tel and Tel. 25414
'Anaconda Copper 6546'
--Arkansas Filet 33
, AVCO bits 13
Beth Ste,e1 SI
Bettinger Corp 11b
Bicraft Uranium tab ,p
British Pet , I 15-11'
Burroughs P 38
, Canadian Eagle 11b
o,Cerre de Pasco 4214
Chicago Crreat West 4716.,
' Chrysler o
, ,Cities Service, 1111213
,Coastal Catribe .1
Colgate Palmolive" 124
Creole Pet Solis
Crown Cork and Seal 32
Cuban,' Venezuelan oil
Du Pont L Sta
Ei Paso Natural as 34
Fairchild Engine
' Fargo Oil 1146
Felmont Pet
El Paso' Natural Gas 14
General ',Dynamics 52
General Etectde $234.'
'General Plywood 23
Guilt-011 116b
'Harsco Steed 42b
Hayden NewPort 19
, Imperiil 43 :
Intl Pet Sab
' Lorillard 29
Martin Co. ) IS
New Eng Tel zed Tel 173
Northrop Air SS
plin Mathieson 42
, trancoastal 3
Pan; Israel :
'Pantepec OW "i
Pet SO
,,,,)Pure'011
". ROA SO
Reynolds Metal Irtb
,t Royal Dutch ,- 41 1
San Jacinto 1103Alz
Shell Transp 18
Signal Oil and Gee 37
Sindair OS 63 I
SelonY. Mobile INS
SPerrY Rend ?2
,'' Standard 'Oil NJ 63
. sStudterliebnatkerrra.pisaselksaard 12,414A
Superior Oti 1950
Tax prods 3t
'1UtuvilOodeKt p124
United' Cans 011 211)
UR Rubber. SS
Westingkobal-4:Elee 87411.7"
-,7 Wheeling Steel 16
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Domiti"'Clu'Es Has
6 New Officers I
,
' Front Square Domino Club 14
Seers were admitted to office in
,tc.,brief. ceremony' on Friday.
PAndy", Ainderson ins
froduced the' newly elected offie offiears
ars offiears and charged thent with the
responsibilities.
All Persons retired to games of
,dontino, ',checkers and cards..
Light. refreshments 'Nero served.
Elected to a six-month term of
office were: president, A. Head Headley;
ley; Headley; vice-president,' C. Jones; se
cretary, 11, Welsh; tresurer,
Fennell; business manager, A4
Smith, and captain, H. Green.
.
AfotUnits To Get
Firing Practice
Additionat!prattice firIng by o
lements of LatiRCARIB has bees
scheduled for the week as follows:
Units of the 'lst Battle Group,
20th Infantry, will conduct rill
firing on May 1 and 2 from 7 a.m.
to 5 p.m. at the Empire Known D
tance Range in the Fort Kobbe
rea. Maximun altitude is 12,500
feet; maximun horispntat range
is 3500 yards.
Mortar Battery or the battle
group will utilize the Fort Kobbe
Beach aret for praetice with 30
mm and 4.2" mortars, sub caliber,
from, 7:30 g.m., to 4:30 p.m. oft
Fridity May L Maximum altitude
is 149 feet; ,maximum holisontal
range,' 235 ,ivards,
Speaks
,
To'hite :At Meeting
Of Poponlo Co-op
Dr. Clement' Carnes, who recent.
ly returned from Metco, atter
compleitng six years of study at
the Unlversidad 'Autnoma de tie. ':
xleo, will give a brief talk to mem.
bers and Mends of the Panama,
Coniumers Cooperative tonight
at 7:30 p.m. at the tooperabye's
service station. ,
All members study groups,
cooperators.. and trends, are
-
.
COMPOSI :Tet WED
,
YORX (UPI) -- Frank
Loesset,':author and composer of ;
the musical, !Wont Happy Fella," t,
and singer Jo Sullivan, star el
thl Production.' will be married ',,
seat Wednesda7,'
,
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', NEW YORIC,, (trrx Nips., .',,,
'kat, conductor Dimitri Mitropou
19;
los, 03, who suffered a heart tts,
tack in lanuary, has returned
Now :fork hospital for 1dd
i tone and possibly prostge sued .:
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the issue yesterday afternoon but
delayed final action when it
adlournett for dinner.
The commIssioners gave final
approvalto- areport liberalizing
the lows of, the--Presbyterian
Church, U. S., on a second mar marriage.
riage. marriage. after divorce.
The new ruling sendlons the re remarriage
marriage remarriage Of the hmocent party in
adultry and.willful desertion cases
leavlig the decision to the pastor
and.lus
as1 ations letRounril of
Churches has recmniended 'that
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and that it be admitted te the
United Nations.
That action came lite last year
in Cleveland, through the World
Order Study Conference. As a re4
suit, some Presbyteriel called for
the church's withdrawal from the'
National Council.
'rho General Assembly approved
a minority report yeaterday'which
said it opposes the athiest dicta.;
torship of communism. :
'rho commissioners adopted an ;
all-time high budget for the4959
benevolence work of the General
Assembly. It is for $9,18(1,000, a one
and one-half per cent- increase :
over the current figure.
Also approved was a blU treat treating
ing treating a committee td study the
Preebyterian. doctrine-ef pre-dee-
tination. The commissioners want
t,o determine if any changes are
needed.
In other action the General As Assembly,
sembly, Assembly, okayed a detailed plan to
guide two churches in a commit commitnity
nity commitnity who desire to, unite. The cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances involve one United ,,
Presbyterian (Northern) Church
and one Southern Presbyterian.
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out into nearby' Louisiana and -,iurrounding- Mississippi counties ,today: irs:tho Searc.b !or t a: iyne party:and, its., ae-411,
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- ', Pearl River County..,,Autliorities
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, By CLAIRE COX ', ned presentation of an interview presume that Parker i. kas obeen idiaaYiy. ,a1:aned,r ,para' IllneneeifilaYatIrseere't tiottonruili
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NEW "YORK (UPI). National Garroway, in Paris. - ,,,, , Some of the agenti (returned, ..caln,, .nd radiant alto, atopper
ternoon.,,without'a wOrd kbout the:
Broadcasting Company technic- The 'interview was' taped and today to a neighborine ol.euislana o. oi ',"-"ti 4'
lens knocked the Dave Garroway flown to New York b jet airplane Parish forlhe second day-te still!, an airliner from-farm this al-t
, nected with reported ",01110,1,4.." ', that-of Prince- Henry- pfliesse,,, le
television show off the air and in time for the", show, but the up questioning' of persons con; haliculaes., thaalinkrd,, bersmania to
blacked mit ,the national NBC TV technicians refused to touch it.
area. Constant ,coMpaiion in Rome 4
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network fdr-tw hours yesterday in They protested that 'the 'Interview activitY"All,th, 960111'4.11, :-'10-1'"'",' surrealist ipainter, ,etho'-rwes hey!
a surprise strike protesting a was transcribed in Paris- by non nonunion
union nonunion 'with 'withtranscription
transcription 'withtranscription of Brigitte Bardot union French personnel, in viola violahim
him violahim next jime ibenr!
quoting Shakespeare,. ,, '', lion of the contract with NBC,. dieted that she ,might haye a re'
- NBC said the tapes of -the show cfBotthaeluswab. itthee pforremgnearnthontweotomwalnl
Parker Li accused of raping, ber
Nearly 1,500 writers,engineers were made in full compliance with
and other workers in NEW instal- the contract. An ,official charged she goes to, tortugal. Me Princej
The Louisiana town is 21 miles is a nephew,of tx.Kin.. stymb
lations across, the country walked the walkout violated a no strike came a center of search efforts.
west of here. just across the Mis. of my 1,no lit" in enfie'Ziti poTt.
out at 7 a.M. e.d.b. and remained provision in the union's, ,contract
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on strike throughout the day with the network.' However, ,questioning of stores
sissippi River.
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rather than handle a video' tape Garroway, Jack Lescoulie ,ano OM Ult
faritisis Ambassador Sir iGladwy
dav's attack of ,, fiu, I the pretty!'
of the shapely French actress re- Charles Van Doren went to France
o. , Jebb and other officials., 1.
citing, Hamlet's ''to be, or not to last week to gather video taped Ss waS seen Oil ItUrtirt b
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:NOW HEAR THIS Mrs. Lena Asbury's class at the Coco So lo Elementary School is shown taking a hearing,screening test.
All the students erirolled in the Atlantic side Elementary -Schools have recently had their bearing tested as part .of th Canal
Znile School& new hearing conservation program. Vim Jane Holcomb, Mrs. Josephine McDonald; school nurses, and Mrs.
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Division of Schools has
initiated a hearing conservation
prOgram which will eventually
Make it possible for every child
enrolled in school to have his
hearing tested at least every
other year.
The hearing conservation pro program
gram program has a threefold objec objective
tive objective to identify pupils who
through audiomatric testing are
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tO telp pupils with hearing de detects
tects detects to receive an. otological
4kiktriination and medical care;
and to make necessary adjust adjustnients
nients adjustnients in educational and voca vocational
tional vocational programs for pupils with
tearing defects.
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Health Program and the Speech
Correctionists from the Special
Education Program are cooper cooperating
ating cooperating in inaugurating this new
service.
As many as 40 children tan
be tested at one time witk the
audiometer and group receiver
sets. A screening test is admin administered
istered administered and any child failing
the first test is given an in individual
dividual individual pure-tone audiometric
examination. A recommendation

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Panamanian and United States
citizens in approximately equal
numbers have obtained applica application
tion application froms for the Panama Canal
Compliny apprenticeship positions
this year for which competitive
examination are to be held eir eirly
ly eirly next month, according to an
announcement at the Personnel
'Bureau.
The midpoint of the two week
application period was reached

Transpi Terminals
Bureau is Safest
Second Year In a

For the second consectitive
year, the Transportation and
Terminals Bureau has wen the
Governor-President Safety Ito Itophy,
phy, Itophy, the highest safety award
given annually by the Company-Government.
The trophy was presented
Monday by Gov. W. E. Potter
to B. Everson, Transportation
and Terminals Director, who
accepted it on behalf of the
employe's of the Bureau in a
ceremony held at the Ancon
Garage.
In presenting the troithy, the
Governor congratulated the em employes
ployes employes on the' fine safety record
they have achieved the Anst
two years and the improvement
they have made since 1953 when
the trophy was first awarded.
In reviewing the safety record
of the Bureau, the Governor
pointed out that this year the
Transportation and Terminals
Bureau had only 20 disa'aling
injuries as compared to 92 in
1953.

The Governor-Presideht Safe Safety
ty Safety Trophy is awarded to the
Bureau achieving the highest
percentage of improvement in
accident frequency rate over its
own three-year average.
Following the presentation Of
th etrophy, Supervisors' Awards
were given out by Lt. Gov. John
D. McElheny to 30 supervisors
whose men had no accidents )in
1958. Everson then presented 2?
safety awards to a representa representative
tive representative of each unit foe having
achieved a similar record.

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r STORM SINKS VESSELS
SEOUL, Kca --(UPI)
; In EASTMANCOLOR persons wert drowned a
',77 0 'ALL DIALOGUES I were reported 4 missing w
ferry and three fishing boa
'' '' IN SPANISH! a
size during a storm yes
:Ilennaganan off the Korean west coast.
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RP, US Citize.ns In Equal Numbers
Secure CZ Apprentice Applicatiorks

STORM SINKS VESSELS
SEOUL, Kea (UPI) rive
persons werk drowned and 38
were reported,' missing when a
ferry and three fishing boats eap
sized. during a storm yesterday

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for an early medial examina examination
tion examination of the child will be made
to the parents of any child who
on the basis of an audlogram
shows a hearing loss.
Recent lt, 572 pupils were test tested
ed tested at Bal oa, 344 at South Mar Margarita,
garita, Margarita, 410 at CGC0 Bolo and 85
at Gatun Elementary. Gamboa
Elementary and Balboa Annex
Elementary will be tested in
May.

last Friday, At that time a total
of seventy three ,sets of appli application
cation application papers had been issued, ac according
cording according to J. A.. Yates, Acting
Chief of the Employment and U Utilization
tilization Utilization Divison. ,

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Lip. Shao.-chL.
Ellcicl Read
bf Rp' c)Chin

: THURSDA
JOHN Rij
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TOKYO, (UPI) Moscow-trained
Liu Sabo-Chl yesterday was
elected president of Communist
China and emerged as heir-apparent
to aging Mao Tse-Tung as
actual ruler of the country.
Mao relinquished the' post of
chairman of the goverment
(president) to the,tall, hatcheti
faced Liu, but retainedothe chair
manship of the Communist Party.
Thus he still- remained the most
powerful man in China.
Liu's election by tho 1,157 dele delegates
gates delegates to the People's Congress
was unanimous and brought it
tremendous burst of applause in
which Liu And bilao joined.
His election was considered a
victory for the now ,11crash pro program'
gram' program' to industrialise China
and turn it into a systom of boo
hiVo-liko labor communes. Liu
Via II ono of tha loaders of Vie
program. L:

Of those 33 wore rocoived by
young Panamanians afid 37 wore In Taipei,' the Chinese Nation Nationdrawn
drawn Nationdrawn by prosont or past stu- alists said the election heralded
dents of Cana, Zono nigh schools. greater dependence on Russia by
The remainder of week remains Peiping, since Liu usually orient orientfor
for orientfor filing application. All papers ed his thinking along Soviet lines.
must be turntd in, completely fill- Premier Chou En-lai was som somed
ed somed out, by 'close of business Fri- Waled tor another four-year
day, May 1. term and his election was assur assur-
- assur- ed.
Successful applicants will be ad- Vico Chairman Chu Ten; tho
mitted to the competitive exami- country's loading soldier, was
nation to take the tests are being demoted from tho post of vice
notified by the Personnel Diireati. chairman (vicis prosidont) to
Tho tests aro for full 'year chairman of tho standinfrcom standinfrcomappronticoships
appronticoships standinfrcomappronticoships loading to tom- :mufti of, tho',Congrossd Hs had
plot journeyman status In re- rohkod wow behind Meg. Now
cognized crafts. his' ranks fourth In, 1ho Neel
archy.
Apprenticeships in th irt een
crafts are being offered current- Two new vice Chairmen' Attere
ly, due to start on July 12, 1959. anmed in his stead. Otie-' was
The crafts ant' electrician, e, Mme. Soong Ching-116g, 73 wid widlectronics
lectronics widlectronics mechanic, powerhouse ow of Sun Vat-Sell the jounder of
operator, central office repairman modern China, and 'sister el, Mad Madcablesplicer,
cablesplicer, Madcablesplicer, machinist. shipfitter, ame Chiang Kai-ghat She, is not
boilermaker, shipwright, pipefit. a Communist' Party member but
ter, sheetmetal worker. plumber, always as been friendivwith 'the
automotive machinist. ,' Reds. The other vice chariman
Applications !Or the apprentice elected was Tung PlAtirtl, 'also 73
positions mav be obtained at the an old-line Conimuntst and form formEfployment
Efployment formEfployment and Utilization Divi- er Supreme Court president:
sion office in Ancon or at the The Communist New China
Central Emploment Office in Cris- News Ageney broadcatt details
tobal. of the election In the Xongress.

Two new vice Chairmen ,were
anmed in his stead. One,' was
Mme. Soong Ching-lifig, 73, wid widow
ow widow of Sun Yet-Sell the founder of
modern China, and sister el Mad.
ame Chiang Kai-sheitt She is not
a Communist Party member but
always as been friendly Arith the
Reds. The other vice cbariman
elected was 'fling Pi Ay also 73
an old-tine Cmrimunist and form-;
er Supreme Court president.'
The Communist New Chins
News Agency broadcatt details
of the election in the Vangress.

Dna IIATHEWSOick YORK u7101."'
11011
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By CLAIRE COX ned presentation of an interview
with Miss Bardot, conducted by
NEW YORK (UPI). National Garroway, Paris. ,,,,,
Broadcasting Company technic- The interview was' taped and 1
ions knocked the Dave Garroway flown to New York b jet airplane
television show off the air and in time for the", show, but the
blacked out ,the national NBC' TV technicians refused to touch it.
network fcir-tw hours yesterday in They protested that the Interview
a surprise strike protesting a was transcribed in Paris by non nontranscription
transcription nontranscription of Brigitte Bardot union French personnel, in viola violaquoting
quoting violaquoting Shakespeare, lion of the contract with NBC,.
, NBC said the tapes of 'the show
Nearly 1,500 writers,engineers were made in full compliance with
and other workers in NEW instal- the contract. An .official charged
lations across the country walked the walkout violated, no strike
out at 7 A.M. e.d.tf. and remained provision in the union's contract
on strike throughout the day with the network.'
rather than handle a video tape Garroway, Jack Lescoulie ,and
of the shapely French actress re- Charles Van Doren went to France
citing Hamlet's "to be, or not to last week to gather video taped
be' soliloquy high on -Paris' Eif- material for 'the "Today" show.
fel Tower. They are ,still in Paris. A
- During- the Iwo hour blackout,
The entire NBC national T17 wanh3rainnhoertiencvera'sstenp:edprboe:oaremthAe
network was silenced from 7 to cameras., periodically to explain
9solinnmel: areftsetrirtedhatn' osrumPeralviss:rvirYcPee.r. minted announcement also Ayes
In New York City, the NBQ 10- flashed a number of times.
cal station broadcast no programs
trey Worried
during the two-hour blackout. Ra-
dio programs Went on without in interruption,
terruption, interruption, however. s '-
Local Tv stations in other
cities had to forage themselves S urgery Hears
for two hours an a result of the
or (hest Tu
walkout of members of the Na- F
tional Association of Broadcatt mor,
Employes and Technicians (NAt
BET). 1

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3-50 -.
Before the oge of outer space,
people thought tile sky was the
limit. Nue

CENTIIALI

' TODAY .75 .40
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FaltiviLD.ME
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Hir EX
IN THE
suBuFtBs!

, The difficult days'when the Allied offensive inAvest-
irn Europe was stalled in tile Ardennes by o' Ger-, 4' A
man counterattack during World War was'tbe
, precise moment for Hitler's "terror men. Colum-,
bia Picture's "THE LAST BLiTZKRIEG,IF tells they (1,2
inside story of the Hitler Commandoes, Who in, A-, )11w vryttli
, merican uniforms,' sneaked behind the ..Ame.rican', ,,,, du." ,Ixot
lines, to sabot and murder.' The new ColumbiaY
drama "THE LAST BLITKRIEG,", starts Thursday AmyouNG
, at the LUX Theatre. , CAM(

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BET).
NEW' 'YORK- fl.TPI) Arthur
The Garroway "today' show Godfrey, admitting he Wall wor worwas
was worwas to have marked the first time tied, entered a hospital yesterday
that a regular U.S. network tele- to undergo an exploratory opera operaviSion
viSion operaviSion program ?tad originated tion to determine whether a tu tufrom
from tufrom Europe through the meditun mor in his chest is cancerous.
of video tape, NBC said. The ,55-year-old radio and tele teleIt
It teleIt also was to have marked the ViSiOn star talked to newsmen
revelation to Miss Bardot's Ater- outdoors In the rain before check checklean
lean checklean fans that -she was k ing in at Harkness Pavilion of
Shakespeare student and the first Coluimbla Presbyterian Medical
time she had ever visited the Elf- Center at 4:28 p.m.
fel Tower. "Are orou worried?"' a photo photoGarroway's
Garroway's photoGarroway's audience is sched- grapher asked the smiling God Goduled
uled Goduled to see and- bear the inter- frey.
view today lbstead. The smile vanished.
The strikers left their jobs at "Sure I'm worried," Godfrey
NBC installations across the coun- said. "Wouldn't you bel But I
try at 7 Lin. to protest a plan- hope they've caught it early
enough."
I ILITTLO 11..111Z, I He referred to the tumor doe doetorTshelottenxdpiournadteorryhiospecroalitaiorn
torTshelottenxdpiournadteorryhiospecroalitaiorn doetorTshelottenxdpiournadteorryhiospecroalitaiorn be performed Thursday. Surgeons
.
' cut out a'sliver of the tumor
Lltogwtst, and test it immediately to de'er de'er,
, de'er, mine whether it is malignant.. The
course of the rest of the o era erar.,
r., erar., P
,tion will depend on what the -tests
1:3 show.

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PARIS, April 28 (UPI) U.S. "'I'll" "'mu tmulluutovt
Secretary of State Christian
Herter said today he is "con- ,,' lo. ,.'' 1
fident" that the western powers TEmPERATURgt, ,,A, ;
will meet the Russians at the High, a"t.;,,,,,' IS -.4 u 4
Geneva ,Conference "with unity .r. Lew ,,,,,iiii.464- 11 ',-,1, 18.3
and firmness of PurPose." Humiciiiii".,' :''' ' ' 01.'.
Herter spoke- briefly to re- rts .. 0, '.n ,,,
porters on ',arriving here by ,' ,..'"4". "...' !II ':. 12 f
plane at t'oon for a conference ,''' "'Iv st g. :'
.
of the CB.; British, French and WIND! L't '''it' '''''' . t
RAIN (inches) ollit '''
West Gellman Foreign Minister ,,,, unix. 'pj it ,NE.241 '''
to prepat e tor -the Ea.tt..Wts.t
conference at Geneva MEW '11- ' ' '' N''
The western meeting opens here WATER 'TIMM' ' ''' -'''' E
tomor,ror , .-. '- ", ,p,,-(ihnottarbere)'111. ill
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Hrter' said Wa3 only natu- , 4. ,..,o, .....,
ral" that the western countries ,,,, '
would still have "somewhat dif- LAKrELEVATIONSt
ferent points of view" ori the Gatun Like '' ...' SUS
East-West crisis. Madden DIM ; .219.52
He predicted however: "We ..
shall be able to agree whole- ..7'-' '',',
heartedly on the course we must BALBOA TIOIS
follow in our common interest."

JETS SPOIL GOLP
FORMBY: England (UPI)The
Formby Golf Club appealed to the
British Air Ministry yesterday to
halt low jet flights over the club
SQ that contestants in the
English stateur championship
tournament could concentrate on
their game.
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xrinte menry t:-
(bpx)frincpsa Mar;:
garet reutnredlo London,' yesterl!
ciar aher a' pina-daY iratation ;
Italr,and "Prancet hat set, off riilt
mors of 'a new tomance.,,t,
Smiline and radiantt aka? ataroped:
off aill aFlineis raps this
ternotini,,withoutAi word kbout thl!
headlines', that 'Inked harmania to
thatot Printe florirY
, surrealist painter. labo ben
Constant ,,companion ,Ttoms
,,,,-Buckinghalit Palace ellVies tett
'ulated that she ,might haye a rare
union 'with him next jime When
'she goes to., tortugaL me Princiij
is a nephew of ex-King Almb ?ft
' of Italy 'who Iiires,M exiletio Port-6
ugal..
Apparently Tte0Vered frOM Stin
day's attack of fiu, the pretty!'
princess was 'seen off at:Paris liyt
British' Ambassador Sir LGIadwyni
Jebb and ot,her ,,t

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prepared by the Metrairological
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sty Stuart, speech correcuorust, are snown aorminsicring idle tesb.thrmy ram, 1 The entire Pint; national 1 v an annotincer stepped before the
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- netoork was silenced from 7 to cameras, periodically to explain .. -
fiener Is Lontment i eather Or'llot i
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Liu Shao-chl
i 9 Cm. after that, supervisory. per- why Ihere 'was ne program. A ., '-f ', e :,. ,, ,. ,,, -.t..,,,
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. sonnel resthred normal service. nrinte announcement also was I
In New York City, the NBQ ld- flashe3 a number of times. I
1 est Can Meet Reds ,, -,-., ,,, , ,,
,
'o'ne School Children Are Wired For Sound cal station broadcast no programs ,
, , rms weather report ter the
, ,
during the two-hour blackout. Ra- o -- a ' ' hours
prepared by tha MetedAdogi Ai
-
tie h8owweevner. '' '
,
Elecicl Head oirev Worm
1- d In Unity firmness ending 11.114 in.11)gaYsal .."'
.., t and Hydrographle Branch et,thg ;
), Tests To Determine Defects In Heating lirrolprogrna: t on without in in,
, in, Local Tv stations in other 4 ,,
PARIS, April 28 (UPI) U.S. Pananl, i. Ca,nal C"1"1117ill 1 i
, ' cities had to forage themselves S urgery Hears Secretary of State Christian
le Division of Schools has Health Program and the Speech for an early medial examine- riN ,,, Balboa Crbtobitt 'i
dated a hearing conservation Correctionists from the Special tion of the child will be made e Ch 1 ina for two hours as a restuktheet Nth:. ,
R d v40anIkartAossfozerner.
of 0 Broadcaft For 'Cheit Tumor,
Herter said today he is "con- ',', ,.'' 4
ficient" that the western powers TEMPERATUAgi,, ,,,i I
igram which will eventually Education Program are cooper- to the parents of any child who 1,01
ke it possible for every child ating in inaugurating this new on the basis of an audlogram
olled in school to have his service. shows a hearing loss. Employes and Technicians (NAt will meet the Russians at the High, a t,..,,,0 pg 4 u ,t
BET). Geneva ,Conterence "with-unity ,,,, Low ',,,,,,,,,,,J- ire ',-,1, 1;.3 I
iring tested at least every As many as 40 children can TOKYO, (UPI) --Moscow-train- Th. NEW 'von- fl.TPI) -- Arthur and firmness of purpose. Humiciiiii,,,:,' 0,
Ler year. be tested at one time with the Recentlt, 572 pupils were test- Garroway "today' show Godfrey, admitting he vas wor- Herter spoke- briefly to rt.. ,. r,,, ,n, 11 1 ,..,
audiometer and group receiver ed at Bal oa, 344 at South Mar- ed Liu Sabo-Chi yesterday was
elected president of -- was' to have marked the rs time e en gre a ospi a yes er a) .. p Low . 41 s i, ;
fi t ri d t d h 1 1 t d 'Iorters on ',arriving here by "II" 14 ". ,,,
le hearing conservation pro- sets. A screening test is admin- garita, 410 at Cfaco Solo and 85 China and emerged I.1 S t k t I t nd 1 t Plane at 1"9011 for a conference , , i
Pmmunist that a regular . ne wor e e- o u ergo an exp ora ory opera operas'
s' operas' helr-aP- vision program ,Ead originated tion to determine whether a tu- ',
tin has a threefold objec- istered and any child failing at Gatun Elementary. Gamboa parent to aging Mao Tse-Tung of the T.1,11; British, lereneh aPd WNW L''i kit ' I
e to identify pupils who the first test is given an in- Elementary and Balboa Annex actual ruler of the country. as from Europe through the mediuni mor in hiS ehest is cancerous. West German Foreign Ministers unix, pL 'NE-241 ck.
zugh audiomatric testing are dividual pure-tone audiometric Elementary will be tested in Mao relinquished the' post of of video tape, NBC said. The ,55-year-old radio and tele- to prepate tor -the Zast-West
.... itAIN (inches) :li .1110,
chairman of the goverment it also wog to have marked the ViSion star talked to newsmen conference at Geneva MaY '11- .' ,LL , '''.. elk
ind to have hearing defects; examination. A recommendation May.
hell pupils.with hearing de- !preident) to the tall, hatchati lean
revelation to Miss Bardot's Ater. outdoors In the.rain'hefore cheek. The western meeting opens here. WATER TEMP! '
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fans that -she Wag lt, trig la at Harkness 4 Pavilion of tomorrer ' -'' ' '''',' '',...-09ner,Plribort)111. ,,,, IL i
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,1:1 L mine whether it is malignant; The links so. that 'contestants' in the , .....
i 3i15 4 5:10 7:05 9:00 pM announcement at the Personnel young Panamanians and 37 were In Taipei,' the Chinese Nation- ,s, 1?1. sC...- Iv course of the rest of ,the opera- Enghsh atateue championship 'Ilthe ' .' fit.
' !Bureau. drawn by present or. past stu- &lists said the election heralded
k dents of Cana, Zone nigh schools. greater dependence on Russia by ., ,tion will depend on what the tests tournament could concentrate ,og .1.23 A m 0.6 IL,
,,Tdik,.. ...,., ahow. their game. ; 2:54 PM ' il 9 ft
Al.,- i...--?,2.
44:4 a The midpoint of the two wee
r '" Pt O'SD pplication period was reached The remainder of week remains Peiping, since Liu usually orient- 100 ,
for filing application. All papers ed his thinking along Soviet lines I, ---71..741- ' ' ' '' ''' '''' ' '
4,.. n rna ona le ntr gue '' v .P. -- A
must be turntd. in, completely fill- Premier Chou En-lai was nom- ' ,,,
, Cr hett. :Bonitill, a a lc ed out, by 'close of business Fri- Waled tor a n o t h e r four-year J ' '
Before the oge of outer 'space, 'WEEKEND. RELEAS11- ':
,-, , day, May 1. term end his election was assur- LI;s17.1 IT n 'A 11 .. , ...., , ,.,, ,,, ,, ,, ., .,
4-, ", Transpi Terminais people thought the sky was the
'' -74 .'nef..Z1,,- Successful applicants will be'ad- woke
ORI1 V .''' ,
ice Chairman Chu Tell-, the limit- ,
' : r titi tureau is Safest
At eci.v
mitted to the competitive exami- country's leading soldier, was
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nation to take the tests are being demoted from the
, -1-'N ftiff gs; ,
',! tila i -g ilte, ,A notified by the Personnel Bureau. ,ch i m n ( co president) o
post of vice asammiggimmoommow. "---- -,, ' ', IF-L.' :',,, --y: ,. ,, .... .. 4. .,",
""." 1 '1,fl.sT Second Year In Cl Tho tests aro for full 1 r a vi ,,, 4,......i.,...4... -,.4.01,,,P. ,w.r.e,,,,,s,,,,,r4r0,1444e0,1,4004arkoss;" ', .P 0' ; i ''''
year cha ir man of the standing"cemt.. 1 4:, 0,, ,. .,, , ,..,.. ,. ..,.,,... : ,, , ..., ',,
', !...- ,5 apprenticeships leading to com- ,mittel of, the' Congress.' Hs had 1, a ,',,,',,n,! ,'.,1-..,,, :
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piste journeyman status in re- rohkod steam behind Mag. Now
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,s, ',a,., For the second consecutive cognised 'skilled crafts. ,
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,, A... year, the Transportation and . , hi ranks fourth, in' 'thn hi." TODAY .75 .40 ,
archy. .- ,
, , oTeormveritinoarlspBreusrednu hsrts wyen the Apprenticeships in th irt eeri
crafts are being offered current-. Two new vice chairmen' Alters 1:05 ,2:41 0:51 8:56 '''.
-., ,, i ent afet 'Into- : DO INH AT HE ' '
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1 ,,
,- IOANA 4 phy, the highest safety award
,.,; .10, given annually by the Compa- anmed in hs t d 0
ne4 was
e, rwmote. tutoonyg aCt.hseinngi-hthfleg f07u311,d ;Wit odi mow '..t
ly, due to start on July 12, 1959. I s ea.. , ''. :.
The crafts itret' electrician,
lectronics mechanic, powerhouse ;e:
raCIM' InIE 4 n
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3'.. WANTS OR,ALL' t
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. .i!. I NE ny-Government.
. operator, central office repairman modern phina, and aister of Mad.. , 1 ..",. r,
cablesplicer, machinist, shipfitter, ame Chiang Kai-sheitt She is hot
$ ,.,,,,, 4 BOLD , .-. ,.
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